Milling company Kenz Morocco expands in sub-Saharan Africa 

Milling company Kenz Morocco expands in sub-Saharan Africa 

The agro-food group owned by the El Eulj family, which recently inaugurated a production unit in Morocco, intends to start exporting south of the Sahara this year. 

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            ▪ Milling company Kenz Morocco expands in sub-Saharan Africa 

▪ The agro-food group owned by the El Eulj family, which recently inaugurated a production unit in Morocco, intends to start exporting south of the Sahara this year. 

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/814544/milling-company-kenz-morocco-expands-in-sub-saharan-africa/

Kenz Morocco, the producer of flour, semolina, couscous and dough, operates in Morocco and is a leader in the Rabat region. According to Africa Business+ sources, the company, which also sells in Europe, Canada, and the Middle East and will soon open in Israel, plans to expand into sub-Saharan Africa in 2023.

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