Convinced of the potential that the Kosher labeling could generate, in addition to the Halal labeling for exports of Moroccan food products, the Moroccan Association of Exporters (ASMEX) and the European Kosher Organization, recently, a framework agreement to create an ecosystem of Kosher food production and valuation.
This ecosystem would include a Kosher labeling infrastructure, with the implementation of a strategy for generalized access to the production of Kosher products with labeling, said an ASMEX press release.
This partnership aims in particular to set up a national strategy for the Moroccan Kosher offer and to encourage and support companies to adapt and to benefit from a Kasher EK label certifying the authenticity of their products.
It also aims to position Moroccan exports of food products on new international markets by offering them Kosher and Halal products but also to organize an annual or biennial Halal and Kosher agenda and fair in Morocco.
This action could add the benefits of a Moroccan label to strengthen national exports, estimates the association, stressing that more than 55 million consumers around the world require a Kosher label. Some buy Kosher food for religious reasons and others buy it for quality, traceability or health reasons.
The term “ Kosher “, Which, moreover, comes in several ways:” Kosher “,” Kosher “,” Kosher “,” Kosher “, كوشير or כשר , means, according to the same source, ” apt ” or ” conform “. As this term is mainly used in the food sector, over time it has become the expression which “ devote According to ASMEX, a food and allows consumption for Jewish communities.