Saffron is the aromatic dried stigmas of a purple-flowered crocus (Crocus sativus). Widely consumed as a traditional flavor for thousands of years, saffron, and saffron petals have found other usages in cosmetics, pharmaceutical, coloring fabric, perfumery, and beverage industries. Considered as the world’s most expensive spice, saffron’s value is volatile due to its labor-intensive harvesting process and significant health benefits of even small amount.
Saffron, as the most precious spice, is gaining more and more popularity, all over the world. Different types of Iranian saffron, which is mainly cultivated in Southern and Razavi Khorasan provinces of Iran, consist more than 90 percent of world’s saffron supply. As saffron is originated in Iran, Super Negin, Negin, Sargol, Poushal/Filament , Powder and Konj emerged into the market as Persian saffron. In recent years, more than 54 countries such as the UAE, Spain, Hong Kong, China, Afghanistan, Germany, Switzerland, and India have been the export destinations for Iran’s saffron.
Saffron Production Process
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Types of Saffron
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SunLand offers saffron products, from saffron stigmas to saffron petals for different culinary and industrial uses. SunLand accepts inquiries for bulk packaging and consumer packaging (retail sales) for different purposes. SunLand consumer packaging are classy and fashionable, making them a good choice as Iranian saffron gifts or souvenirs.
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