The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has issued a directive requiring all Kenyans to purchase cooking gas cylinders. The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has declared that cooking gas cylinders bearing a quality mark from the Kenya Bureau of Standards are the only genuine gas that all Kenyans living in prestigious local and regional destinations should purchase.
University Students Invents Maize Flour Made from Grass and Reveals The Price It will be Retailing for
Photo: Courtesy A group of four students from Kabarak University have come up with flour made from grass. If the KEBS approve the unga will be selling at Ksh. 70 for 2Kg which will be slightly lower than the price of normal unga. Faith Wandia who is a master’s student is the one behind the idea.
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Fears about the security of the 10,000 tonnes of imported maize that arrived at the Mombasa Port on Tuesday, November 22 were allayed by the government which assured that it would first conduct a number of tests before making it available to the general public. Bernard Njiraini, the managing director of the Kenya Bureau of Standards stated to the media that the maize would be destroyed if it did not meet the required standards.
Photo courtesy Many people have been using bleaching products across the country. Those bleaching products have many disadvantage like loss of lives and destruction of skin melanin. Kebs managing director benard Njiraini confirmed that the product remained bunned as per their directive. Among the product banned are 131 skin lightening products from the Kenyan market said to be containing substances only used with a prescription.
The Kenya Bureau of standards is an agency responsible for ensuring Kenyans are supplied with quality goods, both for consumption and for other external use. This helps to keep the production companies on toes, so as to produce top quality products for human use and which are environmental friendly.
Citizens have elicited reaction as one of famous Del monte drink found with a snail in it. The juice that had a kenya bureau of standard (KEBS) mark of quality, has raised eyebrows as whether the KEBS took necessarily assessment on clearing the juice brand. Consumer federation of kenya (COFEK) has call for immediate investigation on Del monte juice.
The Cabinet has approved a framework to position the Kenya National Trading Corporation (KNTC) as the anchor of State initiatives to create a price stabilizer for essential household food items. The application by the Office of the Director of Public prosecutions to drop graft charges against Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and 9 others has been granted.
Auditor General Nancy Gathungu indicated that KEB's financial deficit increased to KSh 1.49 billion in 2021 up from KSh 99.32 million in June 2020. During the period under review, the auditor general noted that the agency exceeded its budget by KSh 629 million. KEB's management attributed the shortfall to COVID-19 effects that led to low demand for services.
The manual method for management system accreditation and certification would be replaced with an online application, according to the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). The standards organization states that going forward, the Management System Certification process will be completed online using the e-application, e-quotations, e-planning, e-certificates, and collaboration platforms offered in the bureau's portal.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards has provided a code in which Kenyans can dial to confirms whether the cooking fat he or she is using is fit for his health. Anyone has an opportunity to check whether a cooking oil brand is fit for consumption by sending the codes on the cooking oil containers to 20023 via SMS.
Kenya Bereau of Standards has today come out publicly to ban over thirty cosmetics which they say did not meet the standards that were laid down by that Commission hence they were not safe for human use.Kenya Bereau of Standards went ahead to warn Kenyans against buying those products which they said are not safe for human use.
According to a statement released by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) on Tuesday, 2nd November 2022, there are more than 400 cosmetic products that are not fit for the market as they are allegedly contaminated with mercury and hydroquinone. This is as reported by citizen digital and renown Kenyan broadcaster KBC.
Following a series of tests to demonstrate this, Pwani Oil Products Limited has claimed that its four cooking oil brands that the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has stopped are safe for eating. The cooking oil manufacturer confirmed in a statement dated Saturday, September 24, that KEBS had expressed concerns about several of its goods that had fallen short of regulatory body standards.
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The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS), which suspended 10 cooking oil brands due to poor quality, made the allegations. Acccording to their allegations, manufacturers used excessive amount of iron to trap their consumers. According to KEBS, the ten suspended oil brands constitute more than the set standard of iron, 2.5mg/kg which makes the consumer to so addicted to it.
Ten brands of edible oils and fats have been suspended by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) for not meeting the required health standards.To make sure that what Kenyans consume is secure and up to par, the KEBS has continued to inspect the quality of commodities and other services.
Pwani oil Company has dismissed reports released by the Kenya Bureau of Standards, that some of their products didn't meet the Standards to rench the Market. Fazul Mohamed who is the acting Director and Sales Manager of Pwani Oil Company has said that their Company has always observed the Requirements made by KEBS for them to enter market.
A directive regarding the purchase of cooking gas cylinders has been issued by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority to all Kenyan citizens. According to the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, all Kenyan citizens living in prestigious local and regional destinations should purchase only genuine cooking gas cylinders bearing a mark of quality from the Kenya Bureau of Standards.
Yesterday the Kenya bureau of statistics named ten oil brands as Unfit for human consumption after failing to meet the set health standards. The oil products were from over seven manufacturers who are leading in production and who occupy a greater percentage of all stores in the country. In what is perceived as a quick response to counter the consumer actions which will affect the producers negatively.