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some statics about saffron trade
Iran produces over 400 tons of saffron per year, this amount is close 95% of saffron production in the world. Yearly ,close 85 tons of saffron are consumed domestically. and others export to different countries.
Over 300 tons of saffron, were exported to 47 countries in 2018.
The Oman, Belgium, France, Iraq, Singapore, the US, Philippines, Kuwait, UAE, Hong Kong, Spain, Italy, Germany, Australia, UK, Bahrain, Poland, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam ,Indonesia ,India ,Canada and USA are the key buyers of Persian saffron
in the last persian fiscal year (ended April 1, 2017), 32.4 percent more in terms of volume, year-on-year.
in 2018, saffron cultivation area in IRAN increased from 87,000 to 96,000 hectares.
Close to 95 percent of Iran’s saffron is cultivated in the two northeastern provinces of Khorasan Razavi and South Khorasan.
The universal saffron trade stands at about $8.3 billion per year.
why saffron price is more expensive than other spice?
Saffron is known as an expensive spice, because of using human force instead of agricultural machineries. Saffron flowers are so sensitive and collection process on the land must be done by human hands. Collecting saffron flowers must be done around 10 up to 20 days in October in early morning before sunrise. All these problems leads to increase saffron price,by considering all these difficulties, saffron price in Iran is lower than other countries, and the reason is cheap human force and widespread presentation of this spice comparing to other countries.
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more about saffron
Saffron’s flavour and iodoform or hay-like fragrance result from the chemicals picrocrocin and safranal. It also includes crocin, a carotenoid pigment, which imparts a rich golden-yellow tint to textiles and dishes.