Seafood From Morocco



Among the key activities of the Moroccan economy, the canned fish sector occupies an important place in the kingdom.
An activity that has experienced remarkable development over the years, thanks to innovation and diversification of fisheries.
In order to deliver a high-quality product, Moroccan’s unit of production ensures traceability of canned fish products. This is done by carrying out a permanent control of raw material to offer to consumers a product of irreproachable quality from start to end.

Canned Sardines: The Moroccan coasts is home to a species of fish that is highly appreciated throughout the world for its nutritional benefits and its incomparable taste. It is the “Sardina Pilchardus Walbaurn” of which Morocco is the first world’s producer and exporter of canned sardines.
The Moroccan canned sardine is rich in proteins and vitamins B12. Before being canned, the sardines are headed, gutted and cooked, the free space being filled with vegetable oil or other marinades. Moroccan canned sardines are quality oriented and are certified by several international certifications.

Semi-preserved anchovies: Morocco produces a species of fish that is highly valued and popular throughout the world. It is the “Engraulis Encrasicolus” better known as anchovy. This species, which is the most used in semi-preserved units in Morocco, is essentially treated by salting, drying and smoking.
The technique of anchovy canning in Morocco has not ceased to develop over time and with the culinary habits to reach its perfection in the Moroccan units.
Canned anchovies have a high biological value and can be preserved for a very long time. These small fish contain fats that are beneficial for the heart and vessels. These pelagics are rich in vitamin A, iron and vitamin PP.

Canned mackerel: Moroccan mackerel is available in cans so that it can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere. Canned mackerel has experienced remarkable development in recent years.
This pelagic contains several benefits for the human body, it is an excellent source of Omega 3, B vitamins, vitamin D, selenium, iron and polyunsaturated fatty acids.