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|How to Obtain Milk Carriage Permit in Kenya by Kenyans247(m): Sat Feb 2020 04:53pm|
The first step is to acquire a suitable vehicle for the milk transportation and qualified personnel to setup the milk carriage business. Make sure the milk transport vehicle complies with the laid out hygienic and operational requirements.
Contact the nearest Kenya Dairy Board office to provide the relevant details of the carriage business and required documentations. A list of KDB Office branches can be downloaded through this link. http://www.kdb.go.ke/branch-networks/
Here you will be given and application for a Permit Form 1 to fill and submit. After this you are supposed to make an online form of the application. http://extwprlegs1.fao.org/docs/pdf/ken126723.pdf
Visit the Kenya Dairy Board Licensing Portal to make your application for the milk carriage permit 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
After registration, log in to your online account and make a payment for application for inspection. The fee is Ksh 600.
This will be followed by an inspection of your vehicle and if successful, you are required to pay the requisite license fees, which is Ksh 1,000 . This you can do by logging into your Kenya Dairy Board Licensing Portal dashboard. http://portal.kdb.co.ke/
Vehicle ownership documents
Business registration certificate (for businesses)
PIN certificate (Of the proprietor and partners) (for businesses)
Identity card (Of the proprietor and partners) (for businesses)
Medically certificate for milk handling personnel
Milk handlers who transport or convey raw milk from one point (source) to another (destination).
Annual Permit fees Ksh 1,000
Application fees Ksh 600
The validity period is one year
However non-compliance can lead to suspension of permit
Documents to Use
Application for a Permit Form 1 http://extwprlegs1.fao.org/docs/pdf/ken126723.pdf
The processing tie is 14 days.
Kenya - Obtain Milk Carriage Permit
The procedure involves.
Contacting the nearest KDB office to provide the relevant details and documentations
Making an online application and paying the requisite fees
Permits is processed and issued
Operating within the conditions of issuance of the permit (Non-compliance can lead to suspension of permit)
Name of applicant (individual or firm)
Prescribed area of carrying milk
Source of milk
Quantity of milk to be carried
Hours of operation
Premises of operation
Type of sale (wholesale/ retail)
Reason for application
Need for the Document
Milk handlers who transport or convey raw milk from one point (source) to another (destination) are required to apply for a milk carriage permit from KDB.
Licensing of milk carriers is an important activity in regulation of the dairy industry. It facilitates regular inspection of transport carriers to ensure compliance to milk quality and safety requirements.
In Kenya no person is allowed to carry milk or permit any milk to be carried in a prescribed area except with a valid milk carriage permit.
Information which might help
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.
No permit is required for the carriage of milk
by Kenya Co-operative Creameries Ltd., in its own vehicles or in vehicles under its control; or
contained in a tetrapak or other prepacked heat-sealed container; or
obtained by a person for his own consumption from a dairy licensed under the Dairy Industry (Licensing of Retailers) Regulations, or from a shop licensed by a local authority to sell milk.
Dairy Industry Act
In Kenya no person is allowed to carry milk or permit any milk to be carried in a prescribed area except with a valid milk carriage permit any person who contravenes this shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand shillings or to a term of imprisonment not exceeding one year or to both.
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