Kakuzi Limited

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Kakuzi Limited
Traded as KN: KUKZ
Industry Agricultural
Headquarters Nairobi, Kenya
Products Tea, Livestock, Avocados, Forestry Products, Pineapples
Website www.kakuzi.co.ke

Kakuzi Limited is a Kenyan agricultural cultivation and manufacture company.[1] Its products include tea, avocados (of which it has been Kenya's largest exporter),[2] pineapples,[3] and livestock. The company also carries out forestry operations.[4] Its subsidiaries include Estates Services Limited. Kakuzi's parent company is the British company Camellia Plc.[5][6]

Officers and directors[edit]

Chairman of the Board: K.W. Tarplee; Secretary: J. L.G. Maonga; Managing Director:C. Flowers; Directors: K. R. Shah; S. Waruhiu; D. Ndonye; N. Nganga; C. Ames; G.H. Mclean


  1. ^ "Kenya's Kakuzi posts H1 profit on good tea prices". Reuters. 26 August 2009. 
  2. ^ van Hoof, Lian (27 August 2007). "Kakuzi is the largest avocado exporter in Kenya". 
  3. ^ Were, Emmanuel (12 March 2008). "Kenya: Kakuzi Records Profit Despite Strong Shilling". Business Daily (Nairobi). 
  4. ^ Were, Emmanuel (13 July 2009). "Kakuzi sees rally in share price as tea value rises". Business Daily. 
  5. ^ Gikunju, Washington (5 November 2007). "Kenya: Kibaki Tips Scales for Kakuzi Directors in Spat Over Tea Farm". Business Daily (Nairobi). 
  6. ^ GoogleFinance