Slide a a a h1-rev a a Our Story Our parents used to be traditional beekeepers, so we have learnt and taken up the torch from them. h1-rev-img-1 h1-rev-img-2 h1-rev-img-3 h1-rev-img-5 a h1-rev f a a a h1-rev-img-1 h1-rev-img-2 h1-rev-img-3 h1-rev-img-4 h1-rev-img-5 Traditionally, our ancestors used to forbid the harvest of honey at the end of July of each year and they call it the “Antra Phase.” Science has explained that this practice is implemented because the queen bee reduces her rate of laying eggs. Following this traditional method makes it possible to avoid a lay break for months during the high season.

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Locally produced - 100% pure - Biodiversity friendly

Flowering season in September, hives are relocated to Oualidia and Asfi. Second best seller after Euphorbia honey, 1t to 2t are produced every year.

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Beeswax is a naturally occurring by-product of honey production and can be used to make DIY creams, lip balm, lipsticks and moisturizers.

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This variation of the Moroccan speciality is made with a blend of roasted peanuts from Kenitra, olive oil from Azilal, and multiflower honey from Foum Jamaa.

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Euphorbia honey is an all-natural product collected by bees from the nectar of Euphorbia resinifera flowers, an endemic plant to Morocco.

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Treat your senses with our Multifloral honey, produced by worker bees derived from the nectar of different flowers from the High Atlas.

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Our Carob honey is ethically sourced from the mountains of Foum Jamaa and Zaouiat Cheikh, located in the High and Middle Atlas.

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Our thyme honey has a fantastic dates-like and peppery flavour, resinous herbal aroma, and a light amber colour that turns brown when crystallised.

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When you taste this citrus fruity flavour honey with a refreshing sweetness and light orange colour, you get an instant rush of energy.

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Ground almonds, argan oil, and honey are used to make Amlou, a traditional Moroccan spread from the south. Amlou is ultra-rich in proteins.

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Rich in vitamin E, fatty acids and antioxidants that help to heal, soften and nourish your hair and skin. It is also excellent for moisturising all skin types and repairing damaged

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Culinary Argan oil is high in unsaturated fatty acids like omega-9 and essential omega-6, which not only enhance the flavour of your food but also nourishes your health.

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Cooperative Manahil Al-Maghrib
Foum Jemaa,

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    Where to Find Our Products

    Solidarity Market of L’Oasis

    Oasis Road, in front of Oasis train station, Casablanca 24000 

    Cooperative Store

    Ouzoud Waterfall, Azilal.

    Saffron house and local products

    Ahmed El Hansali Azilal Road,
    R304, Azilal

    Our HQ

    Cooperative office in Foum Jemaa, Azilal.