Brexit effect: UK looks beyond EU to Kenya flower farms
As Britain continues preparations to leave the European Union, demand for freshly cut Kenyan roses is booming.
The United Kingdom imports $3bn worth of flowers every year, historically from the Netherlands.
But with a possible Brexit looming, it is looking to Kenya, a trading partner with whom it has had a special relationship with.
That has given new hope to Kenyan flower growers that their English roses will soon be blooming in the UK.
Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from Nairobi.
Published On 25 Oct 2019