There’s Ready Market For Your Fruits: Contact The Following Companies

The horticulture subsector of Kenyan agriculture is definitely the fastest growing and the most lucrative one. If you would like to venture into agribusiness and make really good money, then fruit farming is one of the areas you should consider.

One of the fears that Kenyan farmers have had is that their produce goes to waste due to lack of market thereby bringing them to great loses. However, with the rate of industrialization in Kenya and the establishment of industries based on processing of fruits, lack of market is something that should not bother you now. Here is a list of companies in Kenya that will readily buy your fruits once you fulfill their requirements:

This company offers one of the best opportunities for fruit farmers in Kenya since they have realized that many people have turned to the use of fruit juice as compared to soft drinks. As a result, their products are made of pure fresh fruits and have no additives. To ensure quality of their products, they do not add any preservatives or pasteurizers and the fruits used are selected from certified farmers who have fulfilled certain regulatory requirements. Their juices are available in various supermarkets in various flavors such as mango, pineapple, and carrot and orange.

They are the manufacturers of the commonly known “LITE” products in the market. They produce the highest quality of fresh fruit juices and bottle them to supply to the market. Other products that they offer include exciting fruit and vegetable combination to a range such as carrot as well as pineapple. They obtain their products from farmers and can be contacted through +254 721 45453 or email or

They are the manufacturer of high standards of fruit juices branded “Picana products and Milly products” as they use sophisticated modern machineries and technology for the best products. Milly Fruit Processing Plant processes large quantity of tropical fruits like Mangoes, Passions, Orange, Grapefruit and Pineapple. Products include fruit concentrates, fruit juice and fruit drinks which are real, fresh and 100% pure fruit extract. They can be contacted through P. O. Box: 90522, Mombasa, Kenya and phone 0722 572 640.

This company manufactures and supplies fruit juices branded “TAMU products”. TAMU juices are made from natural fruit concentrates sourced from the best orchards in the world, with most of the fruits being obtained from local farmers. They have a range of products from sweet mango to nutritious multivitamin and different fruit cocktails.

Premier Food Industries Ltd. (PFIL) is a leading food processing company in Kenya, manufacturing over 50 different products under the brand name among others PEPTANG and PEP. Through their farming program, they support over 20,000 small scale farmers. They have greatly transformed the Shimba hills area by providing jobs and market for farmers products in the area. They can be contacted through and Phone number +254 20 8011108

Established in 1989, Frigoken Limited (FKL) is currently Kenya’s largest vegetable processor. They work predominately with a network of more than 70,000 registered small scale farmers spread all over Kenya. They provide all farmers with a guaranteed market and a fair market price for supply of produce all year round. High quality inputs are also provided and recovered on an interest free basis at the end of the growing season, underwriting the losses of the inputs associated with natural calamities. However, they mostly deal with vegetables. They can be contacted through +254 (0) 20 2391717/21 P.O.BOX 30500–00100 Nairobi, Kenya.

Fruits on demand by processors
Some of the fruits they deal with include: Apples, Avocado, Bananas, Cashewnuts, Coconuts, Grapefruits, Guavas, Horned Melons, Lemons, Macadamia nuts, Mangos, Oranges, Passion Fruits and Pawpaw.

Take on one of these fruits and you are assured of ready market working with these companies. If you are new in fruit farming or you would like to increase your production, get a copy of one of the comprehensive guides from our Resources Page


Okoth Wabwire said...

Good information. Many of us don't have leads to market. Thank you

Anonymous said...

Graet job

Anonymous said...

I have a lemon small scale farm ,can produce 2 to 3 sacs of lemons are you interested,can you kindly support ,cause I sell them for the villagers and the rest are wasted