Iranian Pistachio
Iranian Pistachios

Pistachio trees originally come from the Middle East, Persia (Iran), Syria, Turkey, and Greece where dry lands and desert climates are available. Pistachio trees have been cultivated for more than three thousands years.

Persian high positioned desert regions with abundance of sunshine are ideal for growing pistachios. Some deserts located in the south of Iran such as in the Kerman province exceed two hundred...

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Iranian Golden Raisins
Iranian Raisins

Iran is ranked as the third largest raisin exporter by exporting about 150,000 MT, which is equal to 27% of world consumption. Iranian Raisins have four main varieties, which are: Golden raisins, Sultana raisins, Dark raisins and Green raisins.

We have the ability to supply all kind of Iranian raisins based on customer's enquiry. September is the time when grapes are reaped and it is the time...

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We produce and manufacture all variaty of Iranian Pistachios and export them to more than 20 Countries

Latest Events

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Health & Nutrition

According to the research at Pennsylvania State University, one of the advantages of pistachio is to reduce levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL cholesterol) at the same time increasing antioxidant levels in the serum of volunteers.

Since pistachios are a rich source of dietary more than 90% of the fat is the healthy unsaturated type such as mono and polyunsaturated fat, mostly as oleic acid consists 55% of the fat in pistachios.

Based on Human studies consumption of 32-63 grams of pistachios per day can improve plasma levels of lutein, alpha-carontene, gamma-tocopherol and beta-carotene as well as decreasing blood pressure in the elderly.

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