Red Anar export from Iran
What you will read ...Red pomegranate or Anar production in IranWhat benefits does pomegranate have?Sweet and Sour Anar exportsAnar packing in carton PlastThe price per ton of Iranian pomegranates
Iranian pomegranates, or as the locals call them, Anar are one of the best types of pomegranates available in the world, with the greatest taste and the highest amount of nutrients. Every year, there a lot of red Anar exports from Iran, mostly to Middle Eastern and neighboring countries of the region.
Pomegranates help our body in many ways from skin care to heart problems and even preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Anar exports are also done in large quantities by the Iranian as they are one of the most important and valuable Iranian products. Also all of the parts of this amazing super fruits, even the seeds and skin used for different medical purposes.
Red pomegranate or Anar production in Iran
Pomegranates of Anars originally come from the modern day Iran and northern India, and have cultivated in these parts of the world for thousands of years. Anar exports are a million-dollar industry in Iran and help the country’s economy a lot. Iran is the number one producer of these amazing fruits in the world, and India is in the 2nd place following closely.
Most of the Iranian sweet pomegranates produced in the southern and central states of the country. This is because of the fact that sweet pomegranates need a lot of sunshine in order to grow. On the other hand, most of the Iranian sour pomegranates produced in the northern regions.
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What benefits does pomegranate have?
The health benefits of pomegranates are uncountable, and they are delicious too. Pomegranates have anti-oxidant, anti-viral, and anti-tumor properties and are said to be a good source of vitamins, especially A, C, and E. These antioxidants can help regulate the blood pressure and assure the health of the heart.
The vitamin A in the fruit will also do magic for the eyesight and prevents night blindness. They are also good for the skin and hair, and many companies extract oil from their many seeds. These high and increasing amounts of Anar exports are all thanks to these amazing benefits.
Sweet and Sour Anar exports
Both of the Sweet and Sour pomegranates or Anars produced on large quantities in Iran. Sour pomegranates are not very popular for exports, since they not used for fresh consumption. On the other hand, sour pomegranates are very popular in Iran and usually turned into many different side products like pomegranate paste and juice.
These products used in various Iranian dishes and cuisines. Sweet pomegranates on the other hand are very popular and account for a large part of Anar exports. They exported to many countries including Russia, Iraq, and the UAE.
Anar packing in carton Plast
Like any other fruit or vegetable, packaging is an important part in the Anar exports as well. The packaging is not just about protecting the fruit from heat of physical harms along the way. The boxing of the pomegranates also makes their transportation and identification much easier.
The pomegranates usually separated according to their sizes before packaging, and their sizes could identified by the box. Also the packaging of the top shelf pomegranates will make them more presentable for the customers. This process will of course, add to the overall costs of the exports as well.
The price per ton of Iranian pomegranates
The actual wholesale price of the Iranian pomegranates, depends on the type of the Anar exports and their quantities. Iran is the biggest producer of pomegranates in the world, which by default makes it one of the biggest exporters of the fruit as well. Iran dominates the international pomegranate markets and holds a big share of the global trades.
The first thing that affect the prices directly is the amount of production of the year. The annual production of Iran ranges between 800k and 900k every year, and the higher the production, the lower the price will be. Also there are different types of Iranian pomegranates. The sweet pomegranates are for fresh consumption and more expensive than the sour types.