On 28 February, Made in Moris brought together its new members for a networking event at the l’Aventure du Sucre museum, a heritage site which has just been awarded the Made in Moris label for its customer experience.

Some 13 new brands now carry the quality label. These new members operate in various economic sectors: production, textiles, agri-food, hotel services and technology, among others. Fertifort (Ingenia), Juice, JuicePRO and Punch, three MCB brands, DECO B, Ideco, Marble & Stones, Proxifresh, L’Aventure du Sucre, Recettes 5 (Foodwise), Bel Ami, Bon Koutir Uniforms and the MAMA JAZ Festival are now part of the Made in Moris network.
“It’s always interesting to see new companies committed to the local economy and quality join our network. These brands proudly claim to be Mauritian and are also aligned with good environmental and social practices. These are important elements for our label, which is intended as a tool for the transition to more responsible modes of production. These brands make a difference and are committed to delivering unique, high-quality products and services to consumers”, said Shirin Gunny, Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Mauritian Manufacturers and Made in Mauritius.

11 of the 17 ODD targeted.

Collectively, these new members meet a number of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including Goal 1 – Eradicate poverty, Goal 2 – Zero hunger, Goal 3 – Good health and well-being, Goal 4 – Quality education, Goal 5 – Gender equality, Goal 8 – Decent work and economic growth, Goal 9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure, Goal 10 – Reduced inequalities, Goal 12 – Responsible production & consumption, Goal 13 – Combating climate change, Goal 17 – Partnerships.
The Made in Moris label has recently achieved a number of strategic milestones: the “Made in Moris Pledge”, a tool for sourcing from labelled companies, the launch of the “On the road to Made in Moris” programme and the celebration of its tenth anniversary in 2023.


The Made in Moris label was launched in 2013 by the Association of Mauritian Manufacturers (AMM) to promote Mauritius’ industrial heritage. Today, the label promotes quality local production and responsible, supportive entrepreneurship. Today, the label includes more than 160 companies, 50% of which are SMEs, 350 brands and 3,800 products. The label is awarded in 7 sectors: industrial production, textiles, agri-food, agriculture, cultural and creative industries, services and hotels. The label is awarded in partnership with SGS, a leading certification company. In 2022, the label launched the Made in Moris Pledge, which enables companies to source their supplies from companies that have been awarded the label.