Frequently Asked Questions

Who is FPEAK?
FPEAK is Kenya’s premier trade Association representing growers, exporters and service providers in the horticulture industry.

What does FPEAK do?
We offer the following services to our members:

  • Advocacy and Lobbying
  • Marketing
  • Capacity Building
  • Standards Compliance

How do I become an FPEAK member?
To become a member, please fill in the membership application form which you can get from our office or on the website and then deliver the signed copy to our office.

What are the benefits of being a member?
FPEAK is a one stop shop for matters, advocacy & Lobbying, marketing, capacity building and standards compliance. We will represent your interests in the ever-changing horticulture subsector business environment as well as equipping you with the necessary information for you to effectively run your business.

Who does FPEAK work with?
In the effort of achieving our mandate, we work with different partners. These partners include Agrochemicals Association of Kenya, Solidaridad, Trade Mark East Africa, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Agriculture and Food Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Agricultural Society of Kenya, COLEACP, Export Promotion Council, Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service, Pest Control Products Board among others.

What are the current Volume and Value of Kenyan fresh produce exports?
The total declared value of Horticultural exports in 2018 was KShs 153.6 billion with export volume at 303,000 tons. Horticultural exports, are Kenya’s biggest export earnings after tourism and the economic stability of the country is dependent on the continued success of the industry.

How can we help you?

Visit us at our office in Rhapta Road, New Rehema House, Westlands, call us or submit your inquiry online.

FPEAK has really helped us achieve our goals. As a farmer, the association members help us market our produce at international export markets and also constantly help us build capacity through various training sessions on food safety, good agricultural practices among others.

French bean farmer

Making Kenyan Horticulture the global choice