Photo courtesy of packed cooking oil brands on the shelves of a Supermarket. Kenyans can now breathe with a sigh of relief after the Kenyan government introduced a new way of checking whether a cooking oil brand in for Consumption. The Kenyan Government through the Kenya Bureau of Standards articulated that Kenyans can now check whether a given brand of cooking oil is fit for human consumption by simply sending the code embodied on the cooking oil container to 20023 via SMS.
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.
The 10 cooking oil brands that the Kenya Bureau of Standards had recalled were clarified by the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade, and Culture on Monday, September 26. (KEBS). The state indicated in a statement that only the batches mentioned in their news release had levels of iron that were greater than the 2.5 limit allowed by Kenyan regulations.
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.
The Kenya Bureau of standards (KEBS) has officially suspended 10 cooking oil brands for failing to meet heath standards . Some of edible oils and fats brands The brands of cooking oil include fresh fry ,fry mate,Tilly,salit ,Rina ,postman, Gold and pure olive gold, bahari fry,top fry and fresh Fri with garlic oil
The Kenya Bureau of Standards has issued a warning to ten popular brands of cooking oil and fat (KEBS). Bahari Fry, Fresh Fri, Fresh Fri with Garlic Oil, Fry Mate, Gold and Pure Olive Gold, Postman, Rina, Salit, Tilly, and Top Fry are among the brands.
Kenyans were left in great aghast today after the Kenya Bureau of Standards suspended ten key cooking oil brands due to quality concerns. The Kenya Bureau of Standards articulated that the ten brands amongst them Fresh Fri cooking oil failed to meet the required threshold of acceptable health standards thus informing their suspension.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has temporarily suspended the approval of ten different brands of cooking oil owing to health and safety concerns. Because of the KEBS requirement, many different brands of frying oil, such as Fresh Fri with Garlic Oil, Fry Mate, Bahari Fry, Fresh Fri, Gold and Pure Olive Gold, Postman, Rina, Salit, Tilly, and Top Fry, were required to change their formulations.
Cooking Oil is such an important commodity in our homes as well as the hotel industry. Most foods are prepared with cooking oil safe from what can be boiled directly such as boiled maize, eggs etc. With prices of cooking oil still ballooning, Kenyans have received a shocker from the Kenya Bureau of Standards over popular brands that have been banned after failing to meet health standard test.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBs) has recalled 10 cooking edible oils and fats from the market over non-compliance.Rina and Fresh Fri are among those blacklisted by the standards body. “Kindly note that this is not a ban on the brands but a temporary suspension to allow the manufacturers of the non-compliant brands to initiate and put in place effective corrective action under KEGS supervision to ensure that the non-compliant brands comply with the requirements of the respective Kenya Standards and Standards Act Cap 496, Laws of Kenya before being allowed back into the market," it said in a letter.
Kenya Bureau Of Standards has suspended ten brands of cooking oil including Postman, Fresh Fri, Bahari cry, Fry mate, Gold and pure olive gold, Rina, Salit, Tilly, Top Fry and Garlic Oil. The Kenya Bureau Of Standards revealed that the decision was made after they sampled some of the cooking oil products.
Temporary suspection of 10 cooking oils by KEBS The Kenya Bureau of standards has suspended 10 cooking oil brands for not meeting the expected standards.This is after the products were tested and found not to be safe for human consumption.This has led to temporary suspension and not ban.The 10 suspended oil brands are:
Photo. KEBS CEO Bernard Njiraini The Kenya Bureau of Standards has hired a Japanese firm to carry on the job of verifying on imported vehicles and spare parts. This clearly shows that as a country, Kenyans have no capacity to check on spare parts and the imported vehicles.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards has suspended 10 brands of edible fats and cooking oil which they said are unfit for consumption. Edible oil and cooking fat manufacturers Bidco Africa, Pwani Oil, Kapa Oil and Menengai, have been ordered to recall some of their products from the shelves for non-compliance with standards.
As Kenyans keep congratulating the incoming fifth President of the Republic of Kenya, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has joined the larger community in wishing the President a successful term in his new administrative journey for the next five years. On their Twitter page, KEBS sent a congratulatory message to Dr William Samoei Ruto for his victory as the next President of Kenya.
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