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Strawberry is a red fruit derived from the strawberry plant, a perennial plant belonging to the family of herbaceous plants, of the Fragaria genus (Rosaceae family). The strawberry is a small fruit of bright red color with small grains and a green stem. Its texture has medium firmness. From a nutritional point of view, the …

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Cucumber belongs to the Cucurbitaceae botanical family. It is an annual and creeping plant. The male flowers are separated from the female ones, but remain on the same plant. The plant is said to be monoecious. Some varieties are gynoecious (only female flowers) or parthenocarpic (no pollination required). This vegetable is known for its high …

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Originating in Southern Europe, the carrot is a biannual root vegetable belonging to the Umbelliferae botanical family. From a nutritional point of view, carrots are full of vitamins and minerals essential for health, including vitamins A, B6, K, as well as phosphorus and potassium.In Morocco, carrots are grown throughout the year. 


Endive is a variety of bitter chicory that can be eaten both raw and cooked. This vegetable is light, easy to digest, crunchy, and bitter. Like most chicories, the endive contains a large amount of inulin, a carbohydrate that reduces cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood while stimulating the growth of good bacteria. Inulin …

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Potato, a perennial plant belonging to the Solanaceae botanical family, is native to South America. It is a root vegetable rich in phosphorous and vitamin B. In Morocco, the potato is the primary market gardening crop, both in terms of agricultural land and production.  Owing to their high content of carbohydrates, potatoes are listed under the …

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Bell pepper

Bell pepper is a plant belonging to the Solanaceae family. Though it is considered a fruit, it is commonly used in savoury recipes. Its taste, nutritional, and dietary qualities are well-balanced. from a nutritional point of view, bell peppers consist of 13% of dry matter, 6% of sugar, 2% of proteins, and a significant amount …

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Known as the green gold, avocado is a tropical species that adapts perfectly to subtropical climates with mild winters such as the Moroccan climate. The cultivation of avocado in Morocco has recorded a remarkable growth in recent years, including different varieties.There are four dominant avocado cultivars in Morocco: Hass, Bacon, Fuerte, and Zutano. Zutano is …

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The tomato production areas in Morocco benefit from very favourable pedoclimatic conditions, more regular temperatures, long periods of sunshine, competitive production capacities, producers know-how and  experienced workforce, the availability of cultivation land and state-of-the-art packaging, storage, and wrapping infrastructures.Moroccan tomato exporters use the latest advancements in quality preservation from harvest to marketing, in order to ensure …

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In ancient times, grapes spread first in northern Africa where its cultivation extended along the Nile, on the shores of the Mediterranean, but also in northern Europe, namely Switzerland and Germany. It was not until around 600 B.C. that the Phocaeans, when creating Massila (Marseilles), brought the grapevine to Gaul. In Morocco, grapevine cultivation dates …

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Green beans

Green beans are a determined dwarf plant with an upright growth habit. The plant produces dark green pods 13 to 17 cm long. Moroccan production is characterised by extra-fine beans with a diameter of 4 to 6 mm. It is mainly produced in the province of Skhirat-Temara on an area of around 800 ha. The …

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