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Iranian Saffron Conquers World Markets

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Production of the Iranian saffron as king of seasonings is older than 3,000 years and is known by all people of the world.

Iranian saffron, which is called king of seasonings, is now served at 250 important restaurants of the United States and American people are ready to pay a lot to have it in their food.

Iranian saffron is higher in quality compared to its Spanish and Indian counterparts. People of Turkey are most interested in the Iranian saffron, so that, its imports by Turkey has greatly increased during the first four months of 2008 compared to corresponding period of last year.

People of Italy and Greece maintain that saffron prevents baldness and use it in their shampoos.

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