Catégorie: Ficheries


The activity of fishmeal production emerged in Morocco decades ago, it occupies an important position in the country’s economy. The fishmeal production units are located mainly in Safi, Essaouira, Agadir, Tan-Tan and Laâyoune, and have a large processing capacity. This industry has gained international recognition today for its good quality and production levels.The powder is derived from …

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Fish oil

The activity of producing fish oil started in Morocco decades ago. It occupies an important position in the country’s economy. Fish oil is produced mainly from sardines, but also from mackerel, horse mackerel and anchovies. The production units of fish oil are located mainly in Safi, Essaouira, Agadir, Tan-Tan and Laâyoune, and have a large processing …

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The swordfish is a large pelagic and migratory fish. it is easily spotted thanks to its large flattened rostrum. It can measure up to 4.50 m and weigh several hundred kilograms as an adult.Its size ranges between 80 cm and  3.50 m, and it lives between the surface and 800 meters deep.The Moroccan swordfish is rich …

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Canned sardines

Moroccan canned sardines are rich in proteins and vitamin B12. Before being canned, the sardines’ heads are removed, then they are gutted and cooked, with the free space in between filled with vegetable oil or other marinades. Moroccan canned sardines are quality-oriented and have acquired several international certifications.

Pterocladia Capillacea

The leaves of this seaweed are of purplish red color and flattened, it measures 2 cm in width and 20 cm in height. These seaweeds are rich in fibers and antioxidants. the seaweeds of Morocco have an exceptional nutritional value and possess a refined taste. They prevent several conditions and are help maintain good health.

Gelidium Spenilosum 

Gelidium is a type of red algae from the Gelidiaceae family. This species of algae measures between 2 and 6 cm. It has a cartilaginous appearance of a purple color. It comprises 124 species, known by several common names and their size is generally between 2 and 40 cm. Their branching is irregular or in …

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Gelidium Sesquipedale

Gelidium Sesquipedale is a species of red algae with high commercial value and represents more than 90% of the harvests as it is an important source of agar-agar. It is also called Rebiâa and has the appearance of red thallus with a robust appearence and a cartilaginous consistency. It is composed of a set of …

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The scallop, also called Pecten maximus, is a species of marine bivalve mollusks from the family Pectinidae (which includes over 300 species). it is recognisable by its big size compared to the other species of the Pecten genus, for it can reach up to 15 cm of diameter .The scallop’s colour ranges between beige and …

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Razor Clams

The razor clam is a shellfish belonging to the Solenidae family. It owes its name to its knife handle shape. Rich in protein, this 10-20 cm long mollusk lives buried in the sand and is harvested during low tides along the Atlantic coast. It can be identified by the small keyhole-shaped holes it forms in …

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Littorina littorea, better known as winkle, is a marine molluscan gastropos species of the genus Littorina. The winkle has a soft body and a spiral, conical, pointed shell. The winkle is easily recognised thanks to its smooth, black and regularly rolled shell. It is a herbivorous grazer, which feeds on green algae and diatoms. It …

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