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Milk: Moroccan use is lower than WHO standard



By the Economist 11/11/2018 – 20:30 | share
Milk: Moroccan use is lower than WHO standard

Morococcus is eating 59 liters on average (2014 figures), significantly but still lower than the international standard recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to the HCP, the national average use is 11 points lower than the amount recommended by WHO. The difference in use is also very obvious. Urban residents use twice as much milk and milk as rural people, although production is predominantly in rural areas. In addition, it indicates the HCP, more than 50% of milk use has been concerned with fresh milk, including baked milk, 16% of awy cheese and 14%.

In the case of milk powder, it is very low, or 0.7 liters per head. On average, milk and milk products per head have increased by 1% per annum, from DH 366.5 in 2007 to DH 390.3 in 2014.


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