Dried Fruits


Exporting dried fruits

Exporting dried fruits such as white mulberries and raisins to USA, Europe and Turkey by Guardian World Company

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Exporting Olive Oil
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Exporting Dates

Iran is known as a special country in terms of climate and climate, which due to the diversity of climate in different parts, it is possible to grow a variety of plants and fruits with the best quality. In general, dried fruit is a product that the edible part of it has a lot of moisture after reaching the natural species, and most of this moisture is taken from the fruits by drying in various ways to increase the shelf life or other uses. Drying fruits is one way to prevent microbial spoilage. In this method, due to the reduction of humidity, the possibility of microbial spoilage is greatly reduced and the speed of other harmful reactions is significantly reduced.Drying not only has a protective effect on the product but also significantly reduces its weight and volume, thus reducing transportation and storage costs.

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Exporting Dried Herbs
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Exporting Saffron

Dried fruits such as strawberries, apples, persimmons, kiwis, melons, pears, oranges, bananas, berries, raisins, cantaloupes and many other items can be produced and marketed industrially. In general, having high calories, Fiber, minerals and other nutrients make this product a useful food for athletes, children and other age groups.

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Exporting Pickled Cucumber