Here, we present you with an overview of our agricultural and fisheries display, underscoring our standards of freshness, taste, and quality – a “so Moroccan” sense of excellence that you will get to experience from the first email exchange or phone call all the way to the deliciousness of your plate.
Our ambition is to demonstrate to all stakeholders in the UK fish and seafood industry (suppliers, buyers, logistics partners, retailers, and consumers) that every step of the collaboration will be grounded in international quality standards.
This approach, initiated by Morocco Foodex, the country’s Autonomous Export Control and Coordination Institution, also reflects a desire to renew ties with a historical economic partner that has been unfairly neglected due to various circumstances linked to EU regulations.
Following the BREXIT, the United Kingdom has become a direct partner of Morocco, with all the advantages that this implies for both sides in terms of ease of communication, traceability, logistics, transport, and, above all, transparency.
And the transparency
starts with this website
of diplomatic ties
The Kingdom of Morocco and the United Kingdom
the two oldest monarchies in the world
A friendship that dates back
to the 13th century
2018 : 2,5 billion
of trade between
the two countries.
Several bodies offer very attractive
deals for British companies wishing
to set up in Morocco
Agricultural sector in Morocco
19% of GDP
leading national sector
of the rural population
million hectares of agricultural land, of which 1.6 million are irrigated
dams harnessing 18,67 billion cubic meters of water, of which 6,74 billion for agricultural use
Diversified agricultural production
(1 million hectares of olive groves, +250,000 ha of market gardening land, 125,000 ha of citrus fruits, 31 million head of cattle, of which 70% are sheep)
(Source: ADA Invest in Morocco)