MOROCCO FOODEX, Food Export Control and Coordination organization is a public structure under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, Water and Forests. Created in 1986 and has been since then dedicated to the service of the Agri-food and maritime products sector, one of the levers of the country’s economic growth.
The food export sector is evolving in an international environment marked by increased competition and ever higher technical and commercial requirements.
With the vision and goal of meeting the regulatory requirements dictated by the globalization of markets, the establishment continuously ensures a quality service combining: impartiality, rigor, reliability, facilitation, anticipation and high professionalism.
As a public body at the service of the private sector, its intervention covers:
- Fresh fruit and vegetables (citrus fruits, tomatoes, red fruits, avocados and other market garden products).
- Processed vegetable products (canned, dried or frozen fruit and vegetables, olive oil, argan oil, cereals, pulses, spices, herbs, etc.).
- Fishery products (fresh fish, canned fish, etc.).