Moroccan market accounts for two percent of Danone's sales.
According to Danone's quarterly results, sales reached 7.1 billion U.S. dollars, a slow increase of 1.4 percent compared to 3.3 percent growth in the second quarter and 4.9 percent in the first quarter.
Last April, a consumer boycott was launched in Morocco on social media over unfair prices set by large businesses linked to elite class, and foreign brands in monopoly position.
In September, Danone announced a series of measures aimed at regaining trust of consumers.
Danone's Chief Executive Emmanuel Faber, who traveled to Morocco, unveiled a price cut on packages of fresh pasteurized milk and the creation of a new cheaper package of half skimmed milk in a pouch.
Faber also said the company has committed to disclosing to consumers information about the quality, the collection and the distribution of milk in the country.
The measures were taken after a widespread consultation of thousands of Moroccan consumers since July.