Cereal Millers Association

The Cereal Millers Association (CMA) is an association that represents the grain milling industry in Kenya comprising of wheat, maize, rice, pulses and other cereals, aggregators, traders, and importers. It was originally established at the Wheat Millers Association in the year 2000, but officially registered in 2007 as the Cereal Millers Association.

Our membership comprises of about 50 plus grain milling companies and traders. CMA represents about 40% of total grain milling capacity for maize in Kenya and over 85% of the wheat milling capacity. Our members operate mills across the country, with a reach of over 10 million consumers of maize flour and over 35 million consumers of wheat flour.

Kenya Association of Manufacturers.

KAM membership constitutes 40% of manufacturing value-add industries in Kenya and comprises of small, medium and large enterprises. Over 80 per cent of these are based in Nairobi, while the rest are located in other major towns and regions, including Coast, Nyanza/Western, Nakuru, Eldoret, Athi River, Nyeri and Thika.

Nut Processors Association.

Nut Processors Association is an industry platform and mouthpiece for nut processors especially Macadamia, Cashew, and Groundnuts. The super goal of NutPAK is to create a context where nut growers become chain partners – i.e. to build the necessary production skills and capacities for improved access to markets. NutPAK has a triple value chain integration focus on sustainability – People, Planet, and Profits (social, ecological, and economic sustainability). Our role will ensure that business partnerships are found and strengthened, that expertise is available, and that nuts processing will deliver pro-poor benefits, sustainable returns to processors, and economic development as envisaged by Vision 2030 and millennium development goals.

Sunday 22nd Aug 2021
The management of Equatorial Nut Processors Ltd, would like to clarify that the batch of Narisha plus number 000020 that was reported in a section of the media on Friday 20th August 2021 as non-compliant did not originate from our factory as alleged...
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