Morocco, the European and African Gateway Country, Issues Ten Cannabis Licenses
October 13, 2022 Morocco is strategically located to be a mass exporter and shipper of cannabis.
Under the supervision of the National Agency for the Regulation of Cannabis Activities, established growers are now permitted to grow cannabis for export and industry in three northern provinces in Morocco.
Following the passage of a new cannabis law by parliamentary leaders last year, the Moroccan government granted ten licenses to farmers in the northern regions of Taounate, al-Hoceima, and Chefchaouen, where they will be allowed to cultivate and trade cannabis for industrial, medical, and pharmaceutical use. However, cannabis for adult usage remains illegal.