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Eunice - Tomato farmer from Kenya

Updated: May 11, 2021

For several seasons, Eunice struggled to get a market for her tomatoes. They always matured at the same time as other farmers’. The markets always flooded with tomatoes when her tomatoes were mature. Despite producing quality tomatoes, she ended up always making losses due to a lack of market.

She shared her problem on our forum. Here she was advised on the different strategies that she could use to sell her tomatoes profitably whether the markets were flooded or not.

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