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Operating across 12 countries

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76,000 employees worldwide

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2nd Largest Private Producer of Tea Globally

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57 Tea Factories across
4 countries

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Largest Producer of Macadamia in Malawi

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Largest Producer of Avocados in Kenya

CAMELLIA, a global family

Camellia's ethos has been based on the highest moral and professional integrity, and a commitment to
doing the right thing - ethically and commercially, globally and locally.

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SUSTAINABILITY

 We believe our businesses can and should grow with respect and care for the environment rather than at the cost of it. We proactively invest in ensuring that the environments where we operate are continually protected and improved, and seek to minimise any damage our activities may cause.

KAKUZI - GROWING THE FRUIT TOGETHER

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Our Kenyan subsidiary Kakuzi is passionate about addressing social issues in order to contribute to the creation of a sustainable society and provide the opportunity for development for all. The welfare of Kakuzi’s employees and of the surrounding communities is therefore at the core if its operations. With this initiative in mind, Kakuzi runs the annual event Avocado Small Holders Field Day, which unites hundreds of small holder avocado farmers and allows them to take part in various education and training programmes.

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MODERN SLAVERY ACT 2015

The Group does not permit slavery or forced labour on its operations. We pay fair wages, benefits and allowances in accordance with local legislation and Trade Union agreements and has received certifications from Fairtrade, the Ethical Tea Partnership and the Rainforest Alliance which require an audit of the Group’s employment practices as part of maintaining the accreditations.

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