Saturday 14th was a big day for Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge as they were presented with a SGS certificate. SGS stands for Societee Generale de Surveillance), a hospitality excellence program that aims to maintain high food safety and hygiene practices in hotels.
The auditors from SGS witnessed sincere dedication to food safety, management controls and continuous improvement at the lodge.
At hand to recieve the certificate was the Lodge manager James Odenyo accompanied by the chef Kore. The award was presented by Mr Ronald Watsiera, the lead hygiene auditor and Leah from SGS Kenya.
The Kenyan hospitality industry is part of the extended global supply chains where adherence to global food safety standards is paramount. The lodge leadership and commitment to attaining SGS Hospitality Excellence Program, has set unmatched example in the region. Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge is remains the market leader in Makweni and Taita Taveta counties, and it is leveraging the counties as a unique tourist destination, both for the domestic and foreign tourists