NEW KCC SPONSORS THIRD EDITION OF THE ELDORET CITY MARATHON 2021

08th Jun 2021

For the third year running, New KCC were proud sponsors of Africa’s most prestigious and highest paying marathon – The Eldoret City Marathon. The event was held on Sunday, June 6th, 2021, in Eldoret, and which saw Mercy Kipchumba and Victor Kipchirchir win the Women’s and Men’s Marathon Respectively. New KCC on its part was represented by its staff in…Read More

Football legends recall the last days of once vibrant Eldoret KCC and Rivatex

11th Feb 2021

Until 2000, Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) & Rift Valley Textiles East Africa (Rivatex) football clubs made the agricultural town a centre of exhilarating matches as businesses were brought to a standstill almost every weekend with games being played to a fully packed Kipchoge Keino Stadium. Read More..

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From deathbed New KCC arises to restore hope in dairy farmers – 7th January 2021.

11th Jan 2021

“ Tom Kigen 78, a dairy farmer in Kipkelion, Rift Valley has kept almost all receipts for milk delivery and payments from the defunct KCC before its collapse in the 1990s. The Star visited his home and the aged dairy farmer has passed the trade to his three sons”. Read More..

NEW KCC MODERNIZATION JOURNEY – FULL DOCUMENTARY

24th Dec 2020

In our quest to remain true to our mission of being the trusted home of innovative, quality and affordable dairy products, New KCC has embarked on an excitin… Youtube..

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KCC Kitale Plant gets Sh350m from State for Upgrading

31st Aug 2020

The government has given Sh350 million for modernizing the New Kenya Creameries Cooperative (KCC) milk processing plant in Kitale. Nixon Sigey, the New KCC Managing director, said the investment… Read More

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Government upgrades New KCC’s Factories

07th Jul 2020

The government has scaled up modernization of the New KCC factories to offer quality services to farmers and satisfy customer needs for diversified products. Agriculture Cabinet Secretary, Hon. Peter Munya said to achieve that end, the government was installing new equipment that would earn farmers better returns and meet the increasing demands for varied products by customers. The CS was…Read More

Expression of Interest..

13th Mar 2020

INTENTION TO PROCURE THROUGH LIMITED TENDER. Read More

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New KCC to build Sh250Million Milk Plant in Nyambene

03rd Feb 2020

President Uhuru Kenyatta laid the foundation stone for the construction of New KCC’s Nyambene Milk Plant. The milk plant which will be built at a cost of Sh250 million, will have a holding capacity of 100,000 litres and is expected to be completed by October of this year. Addressing thousands of Meru residents who turned up to witness the ground…Read More

New KCC to start a camel, goat milk line in Nanyuki

22nd Jan 2020

New KCC has announced plans to open a goat and camel milk production line in the latest of its expansion drive. This new line of business will be undertaken at New KCC’s Nanyuki plant, and is expected to benefit farmers, owing to the high demand for the commodity. Goat and camel milk is highly sought by Kenyans who are keen…Read More

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New KCC has launched Kenya’s first 100% Lactose Free Milk

29th Nov 2019

New KCC has launched Kenya’s first 100% Lactose Free Milk – Gold Crown Lactose Free Milk. The launch was marked at a colourful event held on Wednesday, 27th November 2019. Speaking at the launch, New KCC MD expressed the company’s pride, after years of research and product testing, to finally and successfully availed a product to cater for the over…Read More

Agency seeks Sh2 Billion to mop up excess milk

20th Nov 2019

The Department of Livestock is seeking Sh2 billion from the Treasury to mop up excess milk following a glut in the market. Kenya Dairy Board (KDB), the sector regulator, says the country has witnessed a surplus of 18 million kilos monthly since July. Managing director Margret Kibogy says the monthly need is 50 million litres but the sector has seen…Read More

Dairy Farmers want imports halted to save dairy sector

20th Nov 2019

Dairy farmers in the North Rift want Parliament and the Kenya Dairy Board to enact measures to check the influx of cheap milk imports from neighbouring countries. The farmers, speaking in Kitale, complained that the influx was ruining their livelihoods and destroying the local dairy sector. November 2019 Read More