Our History

Edward Kazaire is currently one of the youngest billionaires after building for himself a business empire valued at over 10 billion shillings with unwavering faith, passion, sweat, and prayer. He named the company Kazire in honor of his grandfather, who in the 1960s utilized motorcades to develop a significant business. Over 500 individuals are hired directly and over 5,000 people are employed indirectly by his company, Kazire Herbal Products. He is the owner of a sizable factory located in Mbarara. Even though it is still being built, it already makes 6000 cartons of juice per day.

Several products are produced by the facility. Kazire Orange Tea Drink is a natural energy drink made from oranges, pineapples, carrots, green organic tea, and honey. It improves vision, strengthens the digestive system, increases appetite, and strengthens the immune system. Green tea, honey, and natural and organic lemon are the main ingredients in Kazire Lemon Green Tea Drink. It functions as an antioxidant and a stimulant. It lessens the severity of bronchitis and asthma, decreases blood cholesterol, and prevents the growth of cancer cells in the ovaries, colon, stomach, lungs, small intestines, and other regions of the body that are stimulated by oestrogen. The ingredients of Kazire VIT Fruit Drink are beetroot, hibiscus sabdariffa, and honey. It raises blood volume and lessens the severity of ulcers.

Because of how well-known these goods have become, some individuals even have to budget for soda, water, and Kazire items while throwing a party. In contrast to GMOs, all of these products are non-alcoholic and organic (genetically modified organisms). They are now found in the majority of stores and supermarkets in Uganda after receiving certification from the UNBS (Uganda National Bureau of Standards). They can be found in Capital Shoppers, Quality Supermarkets, as well as a number of shops in Kikuubo and other locations in Kampala. Although the corporation has a distribution center in Kampala, its headquarters are in Mbarara. The company will start exporting to Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, and South Sudan after I have finished establishing my factory. The expression on his face as he speaks reveals a passionate dreamer.

The majority of the inputs used by Kazaire were planted. He cultivates green tea, aloe Vera, lemons, pineapples, oranges, and more than 100 more conventional herbs on his more than 1,300 acres of land. Some of the lemons he uses are so uncommon that he imports them from Tanga in Tanzania and sources them from Arua and Soroti. Furthermore, he has a contract with the local government of Isingiro district that allows him to give away a million lemon seedlings to farmers in the area. The hitch is that he has the authority to purchase the farmers’ harvested lemons.

By this time, Kabale, Kisoro, Rukungiri, Ntungamo, Mbarara, Bushenyi, and Kanungu were some of the districts using his products. He was gradually establishing himself as a competent resource for people seeking to improve their health, to the point that many people would turn to him for advice prior to following a medical recommendation. Kazaire once went to China to pursue post-graduate courses in nutrition and dietary treatment in order to further his understanding. He learned when he was there that one of the reasons the Chinese live longer is just because they take herbs frequently.