Moroccan products raise a new debate in Europe – the new Algeria


Recently a new controversy broke out Europe On the quality and health standards of Moroccan products exported to the Old Continent, especially to Spain, after the European Rapid Alert System for Feed and Food issued warnings about strawberries. Imported From Morocco because it contains hepatitis virus.

Description of the alarm system European Expressway The order posed a “serious danger” to public health due to the strawberry product samples that were analyzed exceeding the permissible percentage (25%). The Valencia Farmers Association also joined the line, which in a statement attributed the cause of the pollution to the use of wastewater for irrigation.

At the same time, the campaign was led by many countries European Today, most Moroccan consumer products are aimed at the European export market. In addition to agricultural consumables such as vegetables and fruits, olive oil and Moroccan red meat were added to the list, due to their infection with a serious viral disease, which raised concerns among veterinarians who urged the government not to import them at all.

While the Spanish boycott campaign, on social media, included the olive oil producer “Carbonyl”, which is Moroccan product He has a Spanish twin with the same name.

In the same regard, Moroccan livestock were also not spared the European warning against their consumption, as Spanish veterinarians expressed, in a special program broadcast on social media platforms and YouTube, their fear of the transmission of the bluetongue virus to the Spanish sheep herd in the event that Moroccan sheep are imported into the country. The Canary Islands archipelago and then to the rest of the European Union. This is in light of what they described as the “lack of control” on all types of products infected with diseases and viruses.

A Spanish veterinarian appeared in a video talking about the bluetongue epidemic in Moroccan livestock, including its geographic distribution, seasonal patterns, and specific strains of the virus prevalent in the region.

The doctor highlighted the clinical signs and symptoms of this disease, emphasizing the necessity of early detection and rapid intervention by the relevant Spanish authorities.

Speaking about the current control measures implemented by the Spanish authorities, such as vaccination programs, vector control and biosecurity protocols aimed at mitigating the spread of the disease and maintaining the health of livestock, the veterinarian also stressed that when these livestock are imported from Morocco, 30 percent will be Spanish livestock are in danger and facing the threat of infection with this epidemic, calling in this context for the need to address the challenges posed by bluetongue disease in Morocco.

It should be noted that Europe is not the only one that has complained about the quality of Moroccan products. In previous years, the Russian agricultural control authority “Ros Selkhoz Nadzor” had imposed a ban on imports of tomatoes and peppers from Morocco due to their infection with viruses, adding that “any country that exports products to Russia “It is not immune from restrictions (in case of violating food safety rules).”

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