Act No: No. 16 of 2013
Act Title: CROPS
SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
Arrangement of Sections
SUGAR (IMPOSITION OF LEVY) (REVOCATION) ORDER, 2016

ARRANGEMENT OF ORDERS

1.

Citation

2.

L.N. 385/2002

THE TEA (AD VALOREM LEVY) (REVOCATION) REGULATIONS, 2016

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

1.

Citation

2.

L.N. 8/2012

THE COFFEE (GENERAL) REGULATIONS, 2016

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

1.

Citation and commencement

2.

Interpretation

3.

Purpose of the Regulations

PART II – FUNCTIONS OF THE AUTHORITY

4.

Functions of the Authority

PART III – REGISTRATION AND LICENSING

5.

Registration

6.

Application for a licence

7.

Prohibition against operating without a licence

8.

Issuance of Licences

9.

Limitation of a coffee trader’s licence

10.

Conditions of licence

11.

Licensing procedure

12.

Duration of licences

13.

Movement permits

14.

Obligations of licensees

PART IV – COFFEE PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING

15.

Notification after planting or uprooting coffee

16.

Notification after change of details of farm or estate

17.

Coffee Production and processing standards

18.

Certification of Coffee

19.

Prohibition in issuance of coffee seeds or seedlings

20.

Requirements relating to coffee milling

PART V – COFFEE TRADE AND MARKETING

21.

Coffee marketing

22.

Coffee sales

23.

Sales Catalogue

24.

Coffee promotions

25.

Coffee warehousing in designated warehouses

26.

Export and import of coffee

27.

Prohibition against misrepresentation of blended coffee

28.

Coffee Warrant

29.

Exemption

30.

Activities of the Authority

PART VI – QUALITY ASSURANCE

31.

Quality Assurance for Coffee Industry

32.

Appointment of inspectors

33.

Prohibition against removal of labels, seals, etc.

34.

Surveillance

PART VII – GENERAL PROVISIONS

35.

Arbitration

36.

General penalty

37.

Revocation

38.

Transitional

SCHEDULES

FIRST SCHEDULE
SECOND SCHEDULE
THIRD SCHEDULE
FOURTH SCHEDULE—A
FIFTH SCHEDULE

THE CROPS (IRISH POTATO) REGULATIONS, 2019

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

PART I – PRELIMINARY

1.

Citation

2.

Interpretation

3.

Application

4.

Purpose of these regulations

PART II – REGISTRATION

5.

Registration of Irish potato growers and growers' association

6.

Registration of small holder grower

7.

Registration of dealers, processors, importers, exporters, collection centres and warehouses

8.

Registration of importers and exporters

9.

Buying and selling of irish potatoes

10.

Collection centres

11.

Smallholder may register independently

12.

Non-transferability of certificate of registration

13.

Import and export of Irish potato produce

14.

Licensing of importers and exporters

15.

Conditions for issuing import and export licences

16.

Maintenance of registers

17.

Offences

PART III – QUALITY ASSURANCE, PACKAGING AND MARKETING

18.

Safe use of pest control products

19.

Packaging of irish potato produce

20.

Marketing requirements

21.

Transportation of Irish Potatoes

22.

Crop inspectors

23.

Powers of entry

24.

General Penalty

25.

Use of Forms

26.

Fees

SCHEDULES

FIRST SCHEDULE
SECOND SCHEDULE

THE CROPS (COFFEE) (GENERAL) REGULATIONS, 2019

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

PART I – PRELIMINARY

1.

Citation

2.

Interpretation

3.

Object and purpose

PART II – FUNCTIONS OF THE AUTHORITY AND COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

4.

Functions of the Authority

5.

County Governments functions

6.

Collaboration between County Government and the Authority

PART III – REGISTRATION AND LICENSING

7.

Registration

8.

Application for a licence, certificate or permit

9.

Prohibition against operating without a certificate, permit or licence

10.

Licensing

11.

Limitation of a coffee licence

12.

Conditions of licence

13.

Licensing procedure

14.

Duration of licences

15.

Movement permits

16.

Obligations of licence holders

PART IV – PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING

17.

Notification after planting, uprooting coffee exchange of details of farm or estate

18.

Coffee Industry Standards and Code of Practice

19.

Certification of Kenya Coffee

20.

Research and Prohibition of issuance of coffee seeds or seedlings

21.

Requirements relating to coffee pulping

22.

Requirements relating to coffee milling

PART V – COFFEE TRADING AND MARKETING

23.

Coffee trading

24.

Direct sales

25.

Management of the auction

26.

Sales catalogue

27.

Coffee promotions

28.

Coffee warehousing in designated warehouses

29.

Export and import of coffee

30.

Prohibition against blending

31.

Exemption

PART VI – QUALITY ASSURANCE

32.

Quality Assurance for Coffee Industry

33.

Inspection

34.

Conformity certificates and compliance reports

35.

Prohibition against removal of labels, seals, etc.

36.

Coffee Imports to conform to standards

37.

Survelliance

PART VII – GENERAL PROVISIONS

38.

Digitization

39.

Sharing of information

40.

Dispute Resolution

41.

Alteration of documents

42.

Inspections for specialty coffee

43.

Inaccurate, misleading or false information

44.

General penalty

45.

Revocation L.N. No. 123 of 2002

46.

Transitional provision

SCHEDULES

FIRST SCHEDULE
SECOND SCHEDULE
THIRD SCHEDULE
FOURTH SCHEDULE
FIFTH SCHEDULE
SIXTH SCHEDULE
SEVENTH SCHEDULE
EIGHTH SCHEDULE