Set on equator, Kenyan avocado production lasts for longer seasons and enjoys ideal conditions for natural ripening of this tropical fruit. Moreover, since the farms are situated in Mt Kenya region with high altitudes, the crop protection requires little, thus making it purely organic. The two most known types of avocado that are grown here are Hass lasting from June to September and Fuerte, harvested from March to April. During the rest of the year avocado of other types is available.
With the Egyptian grapefruit season starting in several weeks, the Egyptian citrus season is kicking off. Egyptian citrus’ exports are doing very well. The demand for citrus fruits from Egypt, especially for oranges, has increased massively, mainly due to increased imports from China. According to the Egyptian government, Egypt became the second-largest exporter of citrus fruits in the 2018/2019 season, exporting around 1.7 million tons of citrus.
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Hakuna’s platform connects all applications and enables single sign-on for its users. User data is collected from multiple services such as payment, e-commerce and e-wallet solutions. Eventually, Hakuna will have its own app store where developers can upload their applications.
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“Successful countries have invested in agriculture and they are now benefiting from that investment,” said Abate. “Lessons should be drawn from their experiences. This is what the future of African agriculture should look like.”
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