UNBS in the Media 28th to 2nd July 2021


NEW VISION: UNBS certifies 109 sanitiser manufacturers. In the wake of the second wave of COVID-19 infections, the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has certified 109 companies to manufacture sanitisers and disinfectants countrywide. READ MORE HERE

PML DAILY: FULL LIST: Over 100 companies certified to produce sanitizers amid alarming Covid-19 second wave. Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has cleared a total of 109 companies to produce sanitizers in the fight against coronavirus second wave that has put Uganda on tension. READ MORE HERE.

PML DAILY: FULL LIST: UNBS clears 57 companies to produce non-medical face masks. In the wake of the escalating second wave of deadly coronavirus infections, the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has certified 57 companies to manufacture non-medical facemasks. READ MORE HERE.


NEW VISION: UNBS develops over 1000 food safety requirements. Over 1,040 Uganda standards have been developed to provide requirements for ensuring quality and safe food, the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has revealed. These standards, according to UNBS Executive Director, David Livingstone Ebiru, are applied in certification services in which industries are assessed on their level of compliance. READ MORE HERE

NILE POST: Healthy foods can be sustained by embracing digital innovations. The availability of safe and healthy food for all can be sustained into the future by embracing digital innovations and advancing scientific solutions, experts have said. The remarks were made as Uganda joined the world to celebrate World Food Safety Day under the theme; “Safe food now for a healthy tomorrow.” READ MORE HERE.

MULENGERA NEWS: Uganda commemorates World Food Safety Day. Uganda has this Monday joined the international community to commemorate the World Food Safety Day (WFSD). The celebration, that aims to draw attention and inspire action to help prevent detect and manage food borne risks, is being spearheaded by the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS). READ MORE HERE

CHIMP REPORTS: Food processors, Manufacturers cautioned on Food Safety. Uganda food manufacturers and processors have been asked to promote food safety to secure good health for the people and widen the market for exports. READ MORE HERE.