Nairobi, Feb. 16 -- Avocado exports from Kenya will resume in two weeks, ending a three-month suspension imposed by the Agricultural Food Authority (AFA).

The suspension, which was initiated by the Horticultural Crops Directorate (HCD) in November last year to ensure the quality of exported fruit, will be lifted on March 1.

While the resumption is imminent, sea exports of Fuerte and Hass varieties will remain restricted to size code 20 (184 grams) until the open export window begins.

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The government had suspended airfreight of avocados, opting for sea transport for restricted small quantities to prevent the export of unripe fruit that had previously tarnished Kenya's reputation in international markets....