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All premises to be used for the purposes of selling, preparing, packaging, storing, or displaying for sale any food products must have a food hygiene licence. Food hygiene licence is issued by the county Government in which the business is located.
Before one can transport raw milk from one point to another, one is required to obtain a movement permit from the Kenya Dairy Board . The milk ought to be sold in bulk to a milk bar or processor. This ensures that the milk movement is regulated and paves way for product traceability.
It regulates the distribution and sale of milk from the farm to the consumers.It's issued to enable the Board identify producers and certify conformity to laid down consumer safety standards and procedures.