Morocco participates in largest cannabis industry investment fair

Morocco participates in largest cannabis industry investment fair

In a first of its kind, Moroccan producers were licensed to display Moroccan products made from Cannabis within the international trade fair for cannabis and medicinal herbs “Cannafest,” organized in Prague this weekend.

According to MoroccoLatestNews sources, about 22 Moroccan producers participated in the large exhibition to display cannabis products, and exceptional licenses were granted to three cooperatives and three investors to display products made from Moroccan cannabis to draw investment.

During the international trade event, samples of more than ten Moroccan products were presented that obtained an exceptional license from the Ministry of Health and Social Protection, and licenses from the National Agency for the Legalization of Activities Related to Marijuana and the National Office for the Sanitary Safety of Food Products.

Sources confirmed that the exhibits are only samples of materials that can be manufactured in Morocco, and are not consumable or for sale, pointing out that their purpose is to demonstrate the diversity of products that can be manufactured in Morocco and their high quality.

According to the same source, medical companies were licensed to participate without products to demonstrate their ability to produce, explaining that on the sidelines of the exhibition, bilateral meetings were held between Moroccan investors and their foreign counterparts, the purpose of which was to promote the Moroccan product.

The International Trade Fair for Cannabis and Medicinal Herbs, now in its 13th edition, welcomes exhibitors from around the world to showcase everything related to cannabis and a wide range of cultivation equipment, fertilizers, seeds, smoking supplies, vaporizers, hemp cosmetics, hemp textiles or food items.

The National Agency for the Legalization of Activities Related to Indian Hemp organized the first marketing tour to introduce the Moroccan product to the Netherlands, and it is expected that other tours will be planned.

Last May, the Taounate Province witnessed the first legal cultivation of cannabis seeds in nurseries and covered homes, in the presence of public authorities, farmers, engineers and technicians supervising the process.


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