Kenya’s food prices remain high due to fuel prices, weak shilling & El Nino effects

According to USAID’s food insecurity tracker FEWS NET, staple food prices in Kenya remain high despite the country recording above-average harvests due to high fuel prices and the high cost of importing agriculture goods as the local currency continues to depreciate against the major international and regional currencies. Since the start of 2023, the price …

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