Exporters of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits from Kenya

Exporters of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits from Kenya

To guarantee customer safety, environmental conservation and social welfare, the farmers and farmer cooperatives we work with are fully compliant with GAP requirements and certified by relevant authorities (local certifying bodies include Africert Ltd and Bureau Veritas among others).

To safeguard interests of customers for fresh produce, exporters of fresh vegetables and fruits in Kenya follow strict rules and regulations. Before planting, the soil is tested to ensure it has the right ingredients; only certified seeds are used and water used for all types of applications on the farms is clean and free from harmful heavy metals. The farms are free of pests and diseases and only use approved and recommended measures in pest and disease control. Avoiding environmental pollution through use of dangerous chemicals, proper fertilization, traceability of the all the produce to each individual farmer or farmer groups and minding the welfare and conditions of employees are key fundamentals which we follow strictly.

Besides, all our exports of fresh produce from Kenya must have phytosanitary certificate from KEPHIS (Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service); this will be provided for each individual consignment of fresh produce shipped to customers. Others like certificate of origin from the Kenya Chamber of Commerce & Industry shall be provided too.



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