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Tea is a major agricultural crop and export product in Kenya, with the industry playing a significant role in the country's economy.
Kenya is the world's largest exporter of black tea, with tea production concentrated in the highlands of the Rift Valley and central regions of the country. Most of the tea produced in Kenya is grown on large-scale plantations, but there are also many small-scale growers who contribute to the industry.
Tea is one of Kenya's top exports, and the industry provides employment for hundreds of thousands of people, both on plantations and in processing factories. In addition to being an important source of foreign exchange, tea is also a major source of income for small-scale farmers in rural areas.