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How to Obtain Milk Bar License in Kenya

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How to Obtain Milk Bar License in Kenya by Kenyans247(m): Sat Feb 2020 02:56pm
Procedure

The first step is to identify a suitable premise and qualified personnel to setup the milk bar business. Make sure the milk bar premises complies with the laid out hygienic and operational requirements. (These have been mentioned in the eligibility section.)
Contact the nearest Kenya Dairy Board office to obtain a notice of a preliminary inspection of premises. A list of KDB Office branches can be downloaded through this link. http://www.kdb.go.ke/branch-networks/
This will be followed by an inspection of the premises by the Kenya Dairy Board to determine whether the milk bar premises has complied with the laid out hygienic and operational requirements
If everything is in order, you can move on to the next step and make your application for license online. Where areas of non-compliances are identified, improvements should be undertaken.

Apply Online
Visit the Kenya Dairy Board Licensing Portal to make your application for licensing and pay the requisite application fees http://portal.kdb.co.ke/
If you are not registered , fill in the required information which include
(i). Business details
(ii). Applicant details
to register.
After registration, log in to your online account and make a payment for application for inspection.The application fees is Ksh. 600
This will be followed by an inspection of the premises and if successful, you are required to pay the requisite license fees,of Ksh 2,500. This you can do by logging into your Kenya Dairy Board Licensing Portal dashboard http://portal.kdb.co.ke/
Once payment is made the license will be processed within fourteen days and it can be downloaded from your online dashboard.
The license has a validity period of one year and you can start operations immediately.
Pay monthly cess and levy as and where applicable. Other conditions of issuance of the license should be observed (Non-compliance can lead to suspension of permit)

Required Documents

Medically certificate for milk handling personnel
Pin Certificate
Copy of ID card/ Passport
business registration certificate
Proof of pasteurization

Office Locations & Contacts

Kenya Dairy Board Head Office
Social Security House,Block A, Eastern Wing, 10th Floor,
Bishop Road, Nairobi Kenya.
P.O Box 30406-00100 Nairobi.
Phone: (020)3569377/341302
Mobile: 0722573432 / 0733521438
Email: info@kdb.co.ke
Web: [www.kdb.co.ke Kenya Dairy Board Website]

Kenya Dairy Board Licensing Portal http://portal.kdb.co.ke/

Fees

Annual license fees Ksh 2,500
Application fees Ksh 600

Validity

The validity period is one year
However non-compliance can lead to suspension of permit

Documents to Use

Applications are done Online.

Processing Time

14 days upon meeting the requirement.

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Instructions

Prepare the milk bar premises to meet inspection standees.
Request the premises to be inspected by the KDB inspectorate.
Inspection is carried on application fee.
On successful inspection the client makes an application for the lensing of the premises upon payment of necessary fees.
License is issued.

Required Information

Business Name
Date of incorporation
Certificate Number
Financial period
Physical and Postal Address
Applicants Name
Cell Phone Number
Personal Email

Need for the Document

Licensing of milk handling premises is an important activity in regulation of the dairy industry. It facilitates regular inspection of such premises to ensure compliance to milk quality and safety requirements.

Information which might help

Quarterly inspections of milk handling premises are conducted to monitor compliance with the requirements of the Dairy Industry Act Cap 336 and other public health regulations.
The inspection process is automated and well-structured to ensure standardization, objectivity and efficiency. Non compliances are addressed through technical advisory services and other legal procedures
Milk dealers are required to obtain relevant licenses and permits from Kenya Dairy Board. Premises dealing with milk and milk products are first inspected to establish compliance to milk quality and safety requirements prior to licensing. Routine inspections are subsequently conducted to monitor continued compliance. Non compliances may lead to suspension of license.

External Links

Service Charter http://www.kdb.go.ke/service-charter/
Kenya Dairy Board Branch Network http://www.kdb.go.ke/branch-networks/
Dairy Industry Act http://kenyalaw.org/lex/rest//db/kenyalex/Kenya/Legislation/English/Acts%20and%20Regulations/D/Dairy%20Industry%20Act%20Cap.%20336%20-%20No.%2034%20of%201958/docs/DairyIndustryAct34of1958.pdf

Source https://www.wikiprocedure.com/index.php?title=Kenya_-_Obtain_Milk_Bar_License

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