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Parliamentary questions
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23 November 2020
E-006366/2020
Question for written answer  E-006366/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Clara Aguilera (S&D)
 Answer in writing 
 Subject: Fraudulent labelling regarding the origin of Moroccan fruit and vegetable products

In the last few months, agricultural organisations in Almería and Granada have reported that Moroccan fruit and vegetable products have been found that are labelled as a ‘product of Spain’. Only 4% of imports from Morocco enter the EU through Spain.

1. Is the Commission aware that these imported products, especially tomatoes, are being fraudulently labelled to obscure their true origin?

2. Can it confirm that the quotas laid down in the EU-Morocco Agreement are being met?

3. Can it guarantee that the Member States through which these products enter the Union carry out checks in a similar way? Or do they differ according to the port of entry into the EU?

Original language of question: ES
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