Rwandan tea continues to fetch top dollar at Mombasa Tea Auction

Rwanda has been enjoying high tea prices due to the premium quality of the product for some time now. Recently at the second largest black tea auction in the world, the Mombasa tea auction; a Rwandan tea producer, Gisovu Tea Company Limited fetched the highest price at $5.48 per kilo. CNBC Africa spoke to Sophie Ingabire, Tea Value Chain Officer, National Agricultural Export Development Board for more.

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