Pioneering a new cash crop and agribusiness industry

We produce bio-fuel, animal feed and organic fertilizer from the nut of the croton megalocarpus tree; one of the most prominent indigenous species across ten countries in  Sub-Saharan Africa

The croton tree is used as a shamba (farm) hedge for shading and to produce quality firewood or charcoal.
From pre-existing trees, Kenya produces more croton each year than 150,000 farmers produce coffee for

The Company sources the Croton nut from local communities through our proprietary collection network. The flagship products include,

Croton Nut Oil, is consumed by local SMEs who use it as a biofuel, soap production, leather tanning and paint manufacturing.

Organic fertilizer, is used in farms to restore soils depleted from today’s chemical-based intensive agriculture, improve soil structure and increase its ability to hold water and nutrients.

Croton Seed Meal, boasts a highly concentrated source of protein and essential minerals with balanced levels of fat and fibre content which is ideal component for poultry-feed.

Renewable Feedstock

Croton trees produce nuts for six months each year. Nuts fall to the ground when they are mature ensuring a simple, sustainable harvest.

Community Engagement

Farmer groups work together to aggregate local supply, which EFK then purchases; shifting this wasted resource into a dependable cash crop.

In-Demand Products

Zero-waste manufacturing produces energy and agriculture inputs for local SME’s, lowering their input cost and reducing their carbon footprints.


Eco fuels Kenya has succefully devised a range of croton nuts – based- products, as described on the products section.

Croton Nut Oil

Croton Nut Oil

Pure Croton nut oil is a straight natural vegetable oil extracted from Croton nut seeds.


Croton seed meal is a strong, safe source of raw protein for commercial poultry and other animal feed producers.
Organic Fertilisers

Organic Fertilisers

Croton compost is a high-Nitrogen organic soil conditioner that restores chemically-damaged soils for commercial farms.
Unleashing the world’s croton industry — starting in East Africa with the environment, local communities and a robust agricultural sector.