Kevian Kenya invested Sh2 billion to introduce new products in its plant with the capacity to produce 250 tonnes per day as it seeks to expand its local and regional reach.
Kimani Rugendo, founder of Kevian Kenya, said we are seeking growth through new brands to strengthen our market presence in the region.
The company added its brands of tomato juice and ready-to-drink coffee to the robust portfolio of products, which include Pick N Peel juice brands and Afia.
Kevian has 8 non-alcoholic malt drinks, which are available in
The investment deviates from Kevian s usual external financing, including a
The Kenyan company raised the Sh2 billion for the new range of products from its internal cash flow in the East African country s
The Alcohol Control Act has helped the beverage industry grow in
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