KENYA – Kenya Meat Commission, a government parastatal that provides high-quality meat and meat products to consumers, has expanded its meat value-added range to meet the consumer’s diverse tastes and preferences, demanding broader distribution channels.

In a statement, KMC announced that its portfolio has now been expanded to include sausages, smokies, mutura, Meatballs, burgers, bacon, ham, brawn, hotdog, and Vienna, all branded with the KMC logo.

“To meet the consumer’s diverse tastes and preferences, the Commission has expanded its value-added products range. However, due to distribution requirements, we are seeking interested partners as distributors/ stockists,” read part of the statement.

The Commission explained that the products will be sold in Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado, Narok, Nakuru, and Mombasa counties.

KMC emphasised that interested firms and individuals should demonstrate competency in distributorship, financial resources, and management strength to sell and distribute beef value-added products.

According to the commission, the parastatal is a fully integrated meat processor whose strength lies in the unrivalled efficiency of its meat processing plants along with its ability to process high volumes of quality meat in line with consumer tastes and preferences.

To meet its objectives, KMC strives to ensure its products and services to compete with the very best in the world.

“We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of hygiene and product excellence, as well as customer care and service,” KMC noted.

Further, the commission revealed the plans to upgrade its plant and machinery to be in tandem with the very best standards of global meat processing.

“We focus on efficiency, effectiveness and innovation in everything that we do, as well as ensuring professionalism in all aspects of our operations,” it added.

“We have an elaborate program for training our staff to build the capacity required to meet the ever-changing market needs.”

As part of its strategy, KMC also noted that it intends to regain its market leadership position, and once again be the market standard for quality products and services.

Meanwhile, KMC has several functions that include processing and packing meat products, procuring quality livestock, and maintaining sound financial systems.

It has a huge production capacity as well as infrastructure and has a slaughter capacity of 1,000 large animals per day.

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