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Iran’s annual saffron exports exceed $190m 10 May 2021

Iran’s annual saffron exports exceed $190m

Iranian saffron farmers exported 324.589 tons of products worth over $190 million to 60 foreign destinations during the previous Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20), the spokesman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) announced.

National Union of Saffron Farmers Starts Working 25 Dec 2019

National Union of Saffron Farmers Starts Working

TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iranian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Jihad Hossein Shirzad announced that the national union of Saffron farmers cooperatives has already started work in several provinces across the country. So far, about 25 Saffron farmers cooperatives in 6 provinces of the country have been established as an agricultural organization. “The most important role […]

Saffron farmers get support; official says 07 Dec 2019

Saffron farmers get support; official says

TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iran has adopted special measures to extend support for its saffron farmers, according to Deputy Minister of Agricultural Jihad Hossein Shirzad said. Shirzad, who is also the head of Central Organization for Rural Cooperatives (CORC), said from the start of saffron harvesting in the current crop year (started in mid-October), the […]

Iran’s Saffron export exceeds $78m in 5 months 10 Oct 2019

Iran’s Saffron export exceeds $78m in 5 months

TEHRAN (Iran News) – 70 tons of Iran’s saffron export, valued at $78 million during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-August 22), according to an official in the Ministry of Agriculture. The delicate purple leaves of the Crocus sativus plant hold just three or four of the even more […]

Agriculture Ministry plans to boost exports of medicinal plants 18 Jun 2019

Agriculture Ministry plans to boost exports of medicinal plants

Iran exported around $570 million worth of medicinal plants in the last fiscal year (ended March 20), registering a $120 million increase compared to the year before, an official with the Agriculture Ministry said.