Morocco: Retail Foods

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Morocco, a U.S. Free Trade Agreement partner, is a price-sensitive market that to-date has not yielded significant quantities for U.S. food and beverages in the retail sector. In 2017, U.S. exports of retailrelated products to Morocco totaled only $23 million while Post identified only scant volumes of U.S. tree nuts, seafood, sauces and spirits available on select Moroccan retail shelves. Best prospects include: seafood, beer, wine & spirits, almonds, pistachios, dried fruit, food preparations, protein concentrates, cheese, chocolate & confectionary and dog & cat food.

Morocco: Retail Foods

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