Kenya Trade with the European Union
The Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service has urged vegetable, fruit and flower farmers to take advantage of the European Union relief to increase production. Last month, the union lifted the 10 per cent reinforced checks on Kenya’s beans with pods exported to its markets, a restriction that had caused difficulty to most producers

The relaxation of terms, which was arrived at following an EU meeting, held in Brussels, saved farmers costs associated with rejection of products and losses due to delays during inspection.
Keeping in line with the positive development the Export Promotion Council urges exporters to visit the following links detailing information on exporting to the European Union.



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