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Moroccan Argan Fruit

The 80 million year old species, Argania Spinosa is native to South West Morocco. Sheltered by the Souss valley, which created a unique biosphere tucked between the Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountain ranges, it was able to survive the last ice age. Of the 900,000 hectares of argan forests world-wide, 820,000 can be found in Morocco.

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The 80 million year old species, Argania Spinosa is native to South West Morocco. Sheltered by the Souss valley, which created a unique biosphere tucked between the Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountain ranges, it was able to survive the last ice age. Of the 900,000 hectares of argan forests world-wide, 820,000 can be found in Morocco.