Moroccan exporters were out in force at International Green Week in the German capital, as part of the ‘Morocco visits Europe’ campaign
Mediterranean citrus production and exports set to decrease by significant margins during 2012/13 season
Officials gather at Port of Wilmington to welcome Moroccan clementines and celebrate economic tie between the countries
The Spanish federation has raised concerns that Moroccan imports are hurting the EU market and threatening European production
Moroccan citrus growers are reaping the benefits of Spain’s recent adverse weather conditions.
Lauritzen Cool Logistics is extending its network with the opening of an LCL office in Valencia, Spain.
Output set to fall 25 per cent next year as weather hits the national crop, with tangerines and oranges worst-hit
Asoex has inked a co-operation agreement with its counterpart in Morocco, paving the way for an FTA between the two nations
Logistics group adds direct calls between Hamburg and Casablanca as well as Lisbon and Hamburg
Belgian sustainable crop management specialist Biobest has expanded into Morocco with the creation of Biobest Maroc Trading (BMT) to distribute its product in the north African country.
Fruitnet.com talks to Kacem Bennani-Smires, general manager of Moroccan exporter Delassus, about his career so far and his thoughts on the industry
AMI reports increase in demand following recent good weather as supplies from Spain and Morocco pass their peak
The soft fruit marketer has seen its share of the UK market soar in the past year, aided by new production in Morocco
Company amends name to reflect wider geographical reach, following production base enlargement and new market development
European agricultural union suggests agreement to liberalise trade between EU and Morocco will have "drastic effect"
Furious Spanish reaction after MEPs vote in favour of controversial trade agreement
According to Moroccan exporter Delassus, the new agreement with the EU will not lead to a significant increase in volumes
A debate over an EU agreement allowing more Moroccan imports, particularly of fruit and vegetables, into Europe in exchange for Morocco allowing importation of processed food has begun.
The agreement to liberalise imports of Moroccan produce has come under fire from groups concerned about the disputed Western Sahara region
After years of hard work and steady improvement, Morocco is finally gaining recognition as a quality supplier of a wide variety of vegetables, and tomatoes in particular, writes Eurofruit’s Tom Joyce
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