Ideally situated between Europe and Africa, Tunesia has what it takes to become an important exporter of fish, seafood, processed foods and natural ingredients.

Fish and seafood

The current favourable climate is helping this sector to develop. Investments are being made in profitability and sustainability for the country to hold on to important export markets.

Natural ingredients

Tunesia offers a broad variety of products, including vegetable oils, olive oil, and herbs and spices such as rosemary, paprika and pepper. And there’s more - as a hub situated between Europe and Africa, the country has enormous development potential.

Processed foods

With seven diverse climate zones, Tunesia offers a rich assortment of processed foods including olive and vegetable oils, dried dates, canned tomatoes, fish and seafood products, and much more.