UNBS in the media 1st to 5th February 2021

COST OF THE QMARK

FACEMASKS ENGAGEMENT;

MAIZE FLOUR ENGAGEMENT;

  • CBS FM 
  • UGANDA RADIO NETWORK; Non-compliant Maize Millers to be Closed by June as Cancer Threat Looms –UNBS. Contaminated maize is a big health hazard that most posho-eating Ugandans seems to be unaware of. In a meeting attended by over 50 millers, only two (Nakawuka Maize Millers and Kasawo Millers) had taken the requisite measures to acquired a distinctive mark for their flour with the rest still hanging onto excuses of Covid-19 effects. READ MORE HERE

LABORATORY RECOGNITION SCHEME;

  • UGANDA RADIO NETWORK; UNBS Recruits Private Labs to Test for Standards. According to Principal Certification Officer, Mariam Nalwoga, the move is in line with the UNBS Laboratory Recognition Scheme established to ensure that laboratories outside UNBS scope or privately owned are recognized at the national level to conduct product testing.
  • SSANYU FM