Kenya Bureau of Standard (KEBS) has put Italian Candy Maker Ferrero which makes Kinder Joy chocolate on notice citing safety concerns.
This as European Markets pulled out the product from supermarket shelves due to health concerns.
Following Salmonella outbreak fears, European authorities resulted in pulling out the
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has approved two new standards that will guide quality and safety requirements for hermetic bags for the storage of grains.
This means that the bags will be used as woven polypropylene bags and rigid plastic silos to store dried foods
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has advertised tenders for members of the public effective December 22, 2021.
Tender applicants will be required to pay a non-refundable application fee of Ksh.1,000,000 through cash on a banker’s cheque.
Opened tenders are only two with the deadline for documents
The importers of secondhand cars have flooded Port of Mombasa to clear their units ahead of December 31, 2021 deadline.
The deadline is under Kenya's eight-year rule where starting January 1, 2022, only vehicles first registered on January 1, 2015, will be allowed into the country.
New findings from the 2019 Kenya population and housing
census shows that 75 percent of Kenya’s population is aged below 35 years,
with61.9 percent of youth are in the active labour.
During the 2009 national census, 30.237 million of Kenya’s
total population then comprised the youth. Ten years later,
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has suspended seven
peanut butter brands after they were found to contain excess levels of
The suspended products include; Nuteez by Jetlak Foods
Limited, True nuts by Truenutz Kenya, Fressy by Fressy Food Company Limited,
Supa meal by Supacosm Products Limited, Sue’s Naturals