Due to its unique quality, Iranian saffron has a special place in the world markets, considering the  ...


Saffron Exporting Countries

During the first 9 months of this year, more than 85 tonnes of saffron were exported to 30 countries. After four years, the United States again joined the list of export markets for Iranian saffron. Russia, Germany, Switzerland, UK, France, Spain, Canada, Turkey, Belgium, Scotland, Sweden, Oman, UAE, Estonia, Bahrain, Philippines, Malaysia, Brazil, South Africa, Mauritius, Qatar, Japan, Kuwait, India, China Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Jordan, Singapore and Saudi Arabia were the major importers of Iranian saffron in the 9 months of this year. A country like Spain, which exports Iranian saffron in its own name, claims to export saffron to 140 countries annually, while saffron exports from Iran to only about 45 countries, indicating that there are many unknown markets where Iran can Provide saffron there if it receives government support.

یکی دیگر از نکات جالب توجه Saffron export In recent years, despite the fact that China and India are among the countries with the largest export of agricultural products such as rice, nuts, tea and ... imposing heavy tariffs on imports of Iranian saffron. Heavy tariffs have led to the major export of Iranian saffron to India and China via the UAE and smuggled into these countries, which on the one hand benefits the exporters' pockets, and on the other hand Iran can increase its international links and interactions. Pave the way for exporting Iranian saffron to these countries. About 64 percent of the saffron was shipped to the UAE and Spain markets in the 10 to 30 gram export packages of the country in the first 10 months of this year. China, Saudi Arabia, India, Hong Kong, Italy, Sweden, Germany and Taiwan were other major export markets for this product. Overall, 90 percent of the country's largest export of saffron was shipped to six markets in the United Arab Emirates, Spain, China, Saudi Arabia, India and Hong Kong.

Saffron export

In the first 10 months of this year, saffron was the country's second-largest export crop in agriculture and food after the smiling pistachio. Also, saffron in the package of 10 to 30 grams alone during the mentioned period in the 20th position of the most important export products of Iran. Iranian saffron was also exported directly to about 40 countries during this period, although Iranian saffron was re-exported to other markets through areas such as the United Arab Emirates and Spain, accounting for more than 40 export markets.