Kenya aims to expand its multi-billion horticulture export market during the upcoming international plant health conference set for Nairobi next month, the first of its kind in Africa.
The phytosanitary conference will discuss plant health and issues including pests and exports control measures that are key to Kenya’s horticultural market.
The country aims to seize the opportunity to showcase procedures that it has put in place to comply with international standards.The conference will be hosted by Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (Kephis), which is the body mandated with checking quality of the produce and compliance standards. Read more. Source | Business Daily