Compared to other African countries, Kenya enjoys relatively high political and social stability. Fruit and vegetable consumption stands at 79 per cent of the required consumption ratio fueling non-communicable diseases.
Urban consumers in Kenya purchase fresh fruits and vegetables for consumption in their household. Nearly all households purchased tomatoes and onions, while more than four-fifths purchased kale.
Out of the total volume of fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices produced in Kenya 88% were consumed domestically.