In ultima fotografie se pot observa boabe de cafea in mai multe etape de evolutie, pana in momentul cand ajunge numai buna de consum. Fotografii realizate in august 2012, la un targ din Landen, Belgia.
The coffee industry of Kenya is noted for its cooperative system of production, processing, milling, marketing, and auctioning coffee. About 70% of Kenyan coffee is produced by small scale holders. It is estimated that six-million Kenyans are employed directly or indirectly in the coffee industry. The major coffee growing regions in Kenya are the High Plateaus around Mt. Kenya, the Aberdare Range, Kisii, Nyanza, Bungoma, Nakuru and Kericho. The high plateaus of Mount Kenya, plus the acidic soil provide excellent conditions for growing coffee plants. Coffee from Kenya is of the ‘mild arabica’ type and is well known for its intense flavor, full body, and pleasant aroma with notes of cocoa. Since 1989, production in this East African country fell from about 130,000 thousand metric tons to 50,000 tons in 2009. (wikipedia.org)