Seoul, S. Korea - The Korea Coffee Expo opened its doors for a 3-day exhibition and Kenya had the privilege of setting its stand at the exhibition Centre. CS Industrialization Betty Maina who is leading the Kenyan delegation noted that the exhibition not only showcases Kenya's rich coffee but also deepens the relationships between the two countries. She invited investors to Kenya as a preferred investment destination. The CS had earlier noted the importance of KEPHIS in the Korea mission because of its role in engaging the Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency of Korea to open up the Korean market.
MD Prof. Theophilus Mutui informed the delegation that KEPHIS would push for market access for avocado and other products to the Asian nation.
Kenya’s Ambassador to South Korea H.E. Mwende Mwinzi with KEPHIS MD Prof Theophilus Mutui at the ongoing Korea Coffee Expo.