Clamp down on counterfeit pesticide trade

In Summary

• Apart from denying the government much-needed revenue, the trade poses a risk to farmers, consumers and the environment

• The fake products unlike those brought into the country legally are not subjected to tests on human, animal and environmental safety

The Anti-Counterfeit Authority has raised the red flag on the proliferation of counterfeit pesticides.

The watchdog authority said Kenya loses Sh120 billion annually through the trade of fake ...

This article is free to read if you register or sign in.

Simply register at no cost and sign in below to proceed.

Opera Mini does not support this functionality with EXTREME Data savings turned ON. Please disable.

Questions or problems? Email [email protected] or call 0711 046 000.