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Intertek, a leading quality solutions provider to industries worldwide, is expanding its contract with the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) in providing certification services as part of the on-going Pre-Export Verification of Conformity Programme (PVoC).
Key regulatory agencies such as the Kenya Revenue Authority, Kenya Ports Authority, Kenya Maritime Authority, Kenya Airports Authority, Kenya Bureau of Standards, Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Services, Department of Veterinary Services, Horticultural Crops Development Authority, Pharmacy & Poisons Board and Port Health (and eventually over 20 partner government agencies) are integrated with Kenya TradeNet.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards has adopted the Codex standard code of practice for handling and distribution of fish.
Dubai: Geo-Chem Middle East, an independent inspection and testing company, has won the contract from the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS), the government agency responsible for establishing and governing metrology standards, to test petroleum imports to Kenya.
Unilever has established an internal security department and is working with ministry of Trade and Industry, Kenya Bureau of Standards, police and Kenya Association of Manufacturers.
The accreditation of the Kenya Tea Packers' (Ketepa's) brand by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KBS) means that the company's brands have achieved the highest peak of recognition and would now be free to compete for other international accreditations.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Kenya Bureau of Standards regulatory limit for aflatoxin in products for human consumption, 20 ppb (FDA 1997; Kenya Bureau of Standards 1988).
It examines enactment, enforcement, the role of the Kenya Bureau of Standards, and other regulatory agencies, as well as the various influences on food legislation in Kenya.