Morocco, a U.S. Free Trade Agreement partner, has been a small and declining market for U.S. food and beverages in the retail sector. In 2016, U.S. exports of consumer-oriented agricultural products to Morocco totaled only $22 million. Best prospects include: rice; pulses; tree nuts; dried fruit; apples; canned fruit and vegetables; dairy products; frozen food, including seafood; breakfast cereals; flour mixes; confectionary; snack foods, including popcorn, cookies, and crackers; health and diet products; sauces and condiments; wine, beer, spirits; and pet food. Beef and poultry also have potential if market access barriers are removed.

Morocco: Retail Foods