Kenya bans all maize imports over aflatoxin
Kenya has banned all maize imports to curb the entry of unsafe grains into the country. According to a letter by the acting Director-General of the Agriculture and Food Authority (AFA), Kello Harsama to the Commissioner of Customs in the Kenya Revenue Authority, the ban has been put in place after a survey on maize from Uganda and Tanzania showed it was not fit for human consumption.
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