- Corn production growth 2014/15 to 2019/20: 10% to 3.1mn tonnes. Corn production growth will be fairly limited, as subdued prices relative to previous years will limit plantings, while yield growth will be poor. Most of the gains will be due to base effects.
- Wheat consumption growth 2015 to 2020: 12% to 2.1mn tonnes. Kenyans already have a high rate of wheat consumption by regional standards. Improvements in availability and growth in population and incomes will drive consumption.
- Coffee production growth 2014/15 to 2019/20: 324to 809,000 60kg bags. Growth will be driven by increased financial support from the government in the form of funds and debt relief. In addition, new coffee varieties are likely to help boost yields. Much of this growth will be due to low base effects, however.
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