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MGT Dried Fruit

We are Marjan dried fruit company. Our main activity is producing dry fruit. Our products are exported to whole world. So we are known as producer, supplier and exporter of dried fruits and nuts which all their origin is Iran. Persian saffronsaffron is one of the most famous product in the world. Marjan dried fruit is exporting the high quality Persian saffronsaffron from 2004. As well as saffronsaffron, Iranian mamra almondalmond is one of our best products with pure quality. Iranian pistachiopistachio, raisinraisin and datesdates are other dried fruits that we are producing. Iran dried fruits are different in quality with other origins. That’s why we are supplier and exporter of Iran raisinraisin, pistachiopistachio and datesdates. Marjan dried fruit is also producer of green peeled pistachiopistachio kernels that is used for pastry and cookie. It is necessary to mention that the minimum quantity is 5Ton for almost all products (DatesDates, PistachioPistachio, AlmondAlmond, RaisinRaisin, dried figdried fig, apricot, walnutwalnut and barberrybarberry). So we can say that we are only whole seller (wholesale). Iran date fruit has so many types that Mazafati and Sayer date are one of the most known. Date concentrate (date liquid honey, date liquid sugar and date liquid syrup) are made from high quality Iranian datesdates. List of our product ready to be exported are as below: Iran pistachioIran pistachio (Round fandoghi pistachiofandoghi pistachio supplier, long Akbari pistachioAkbari pistachio supplier, long ahmadaghai pistachiopistachio, jumbo kalleghouchi pistachiopistachio). Iranian raisinraisin (Sultana light brown raisinraisin tizabi, Sultana dark brown raisinraisin aftabi, jumbo yellow raisinraisin zard malayer, green jumbo raisin sabz malayer and golden angoori raisinraisin). Persian date fruit (Piarom or piyarom, Mazafati fresh date known as bam date, chopped or chapped date, Sayer with seed and sayer without seed, Zahedi yellow datesdates, Kabkab semi dried date, ShahabiShahabi and Rabbi date). Persian famous saffronsaffron (All red sargol saffronsaffron, pooshal mancha saffronsaffron, dasteh bunch saffronsaffron and saffronsaffron powder provided from all red and pooshal). Iranian barberrybarberry (dane anari or shiny red and also puffy or pofaki). Dried figDried fig (closed mouth A,AA,AAA and open mouth A,AA,AAA). AlmondAlmond (Normel kernel, mamra almondalmond kernel, paper skin poost kaghazi almondalmond and hard shell sangi almondalmond). We are looking forward to have this opportunity to serve our trusted customers in long-term business.

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Iran Saffron

The word “Saffron” is particularly linked to Iran (especially Khorasan province). Iran harvests about 90% of the world’s production of saffronsaffron and is the biggest exporter of SaffronSaffron in the world, before Spain and India. Persian saffronsaffron (Iran saffronIran saffron) is a natural spice also called Red Gold. It is globally known for its incomparable quality, glamorous fragrance, pleasant flavor, and magical coloring strength. SaffronSaffron usage is in the manufacture of food products, pharmaceutical and chemical and the cultivation and production constraints which make saffronsaffron the most expensive spice in the world. The scientific name for saffronsaffron is Crocus Sativus. MGT is supplying all grades of saffronsaffron including All red (Sargol) saffronsaffron, Mancha (Poushal) saffronsaffron and Bunch (Dasteh) saffronsaffron as well as saffronsaffron powder. Please contact us to have more information about different saffronsaffron packing and daily saffronsaffron prices.

Sargol (All Red) Saffron

 

Sargol Saffron, All Red saffron, Iran saffron

All red saffronsaffron consists of only red part of stigma, usually obtained from bunched and Pushal saffronsaffron.

 

Dasteh (Bunch) Saffron

Dasteh Saffron, Bunch saffron, Iran saffron, saffron exporter

The all red and yellow part of stigma bunched and formed by a piece thread is “bunch” type. Some customers upon their usage prefer to buy this type.

 

Sefid (White) Saffron

White Saffron, iran saffron, saffron exporter

This type is only the end white and pale part of the stigma. Although it does not have a strength coloring feature, it is used as an aromatic substance for foods and other similar usages.

Poushal (Mancha) Saffron

Poushal Saffron, Mancha Saffron, iran saffron, saffron exporter

This type is a little longer than sargol red parts of stigma. The colour of the end part is pale red and orange.

Saffron Powder

  

Saffron Powder, iran saffron, saffron exporter

Powder can be produced Sargol, Pushal or even Dasteh.

  
 

Saffron or Zafferan, which is a Persian name, is renown as mostly valuable spices worldwide owing to its high amount of Medical properties and impressive benefits. Garment Restaurants makes the best use of SaffronSaffron threads in their foods due to its smooth, fresh smell and brilliant flavor. A pinch of saffronsaffron is usually added to a cup of boiling water then being dissolved until its hue spreads then scattered on Rice. In countries like Iran, SaffronSaffron threads are also added in Syrups. Other usages of SaffronSaffron including in ice-creams, Drinks, sweet dishes either as a flavoring base or color are worth of mentioning. Regardless of unique features of SaffronSaffron mentioned above, SaffronSaffron Extracts even come into use for Fragrance of Perfumes and as a dye for cloth. SaffronSaffron is Stigma, in other words it is threads of a flower so-called Crocus. This exotic Plant cultivated around the world predominantly in Asian Countries like Iran, holds extremely effective features, that’s why it makes SaffronSaffron a costly spice in comparison to other Spices. Iran is main saffronsaffron producer and saffronsaffron exporter. It is worthwhile to mention that Crocus Plant basically grows about 15 up to 20 cm in height and bears lavender colored flower during each season which lasts from October until November. As a matter of the facts, each flower of SaffronSaffron consists of a very thin stalk connecting to Stigmas, all these stages lead to the formation of SaffronSaffron as wealthy spice in the World. The harvesting time of SaffronSaffron is assumed to be the early hours in the morning so as to separate the Stigmas and let them dry and pack for marketing several uses can be attributed to SaffronSaffron which adds distinctive flavor and hue to various recipes.

 

Saffron

  • Introduction: +

    SaffronSaffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus Sativus, commonly known as the saffronsaffron crocus. Crocus is a genus in the family Iridaceous. SaffronSaffron crocus grows to 20–30 cm (8–12 in) and bears up to four flowers, each with three vivid crimson stigmas, which are the distal end Read More
  • History and Trade: +

    A degree of uncertainty surrounds the origin of the English word, "saffron" although it can be traced to have stemmed immediately from 12th-century Old French term Safran, which comes from the Latin word safranum. Safranum comes from the Persian intercessor Za'ferân. Old Persian is the first language in which the Read More
  • Use and Benefits: +

    SaffronSaffron features in European, North African, and Asian cuisines. Its aroma is described by taste experts as resembling that of honey, with woody, hay-like, and earthy notes; according to another such assessment, it tastes of hay, but only with bitter hints. Because it imparts a luminous yellow-orange hue, it is Read More
  • Country of origin: +

    Europe Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Russia, Portugal Africa North Africa Asia Iran, India, Pakistan, China, Japan America USA (Pennsylvania) Australia   Read More
  • Packing: +

    Different packages consist of Khatam box, Crystal box and beautiful skin cards from 1-2 gram small packages to 250gr bulk packs are available for all types of saffronsaffron. Our members are ready to suggest you best suit package according to your location, market and usage. As saffronsaffron is very sensitive, Read More
  • Storage: +

    1- The important factor for saffronsaffron storage is temperature of its place. Cool and Dry environment is suggested in comparison with warm place which will dry saffronsaffron threads and kill its aroma. 2- Natural or artificial light may change color and natural aroma of saffronsaffron threads. So it is better Read More
  • Planting: +

    SaffronSaffron is of the plant which its reproduction and accrual is made through corm. After initial cultivating and planting saffronsaffron seed, it produces saffronsaffron for a period of 7 to 10 years at large automatically. SaffronSaffron cultivation stage is merely made at the first year. In the following years, only Read More
  • How to identify fake saffron? +

    SaffronSaffron has an aroma and flavor that cannot be duplicated in fake saffronsaffron. The only thing that fake saffronsaffron makers can copy is the physical likeliness of saffronsaffron, so they can fool customers into buying it. They generally add the color real saffronsaffron gives out and package it in 1 Read More
  • Disadvantage: +

    Since saffronsaffron will leave negative effect on reproduction system, pregnant women should avoid consuming it. Because, consuming saffronsaffron by pregnant women may abort their infant at embryo. Read More
  • How to use (Soaking): +

    In order to get the most out of saffronsaffron it should be soaked in a little warm water for 10 minutes before being added to food at the last stage of cooking. The aroma, flavour and color come out much better this way. Read More
  • Cooking with Saffron: +

    Today saffronsaffron is widely used in the food industry as one of the ingredients in dehydrated food stuff, mixes, soups, ice cream and many other processed food products. In Iran a great number of foods are cooked using saffronsaffron. But Iranians are not the only people who appreciate it. Saffron Read More
  • Related Articles: +

    1- Growing saffronsaffron – The world’s most expensive spice – Crop&Food research http://web.archive.org/web/20051227004245/http://www.crop.cri.nz/home/products-services/publications/broadsheets/020Saffron.pdf 2- SaffronSaffron - A Review by John C. Leffingwell, Ph.D. http://www.leffingwell.com/download/saffron.pdf 3- SaffronSaffron Manual For Afghanistan - DACAAR http://afghanag.ucdavis.edu/b_field-crops/other/Man_Saffron_Afghanistan_ICARDA.pdf 4- The Efficiency of Saffron’s Marketing Channel in Iran - M. Ghorbani http://www.idosi.org/wasj/wasj4%284%29/7.pdf 5- Historical uses of saffronsaffron: Identifying potential new avenues for Read More
  • Recipes: +

    1-                  AKBAR MASHTI "Saffron Ice Cream" 2-                  SAFFRONSAFFRON BRITTLE 3-                  PERSIAN RICE 4-                  SHOLE ZARD “Rice Pouding” Read More
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