FRESH GRAPE WITH CERTIFICATE IN TURKEY
What you will read ...High quality fresh eating grapesIranian grapes in TurkeyPackaging grapes for exportsGlobal grapes trade
Grapes are truly popular fresh eating fruit in all the countries of the world, including Turkey. There are many different countries producing high quality grapes such as Iran. Iranian grapes are very popular and the fruit companies offer fresh grape with certificate in Turkey every harvesting season.
High quality fresh eating grapes
Most of the millions of tons of grapes produced in the world are used for fresh consumption, and these little fruits are truly amazing and popular products that dominate the international fruit and vegetable markets every harvesting season. Seedless cultivars are more popular for fresh consumption, and as a result, account for the majority of the grapes produced all over the world.
Seeded grapes are also very useful, but they are more popular in the food industry, and also making high quality side products such as juices, vinegars, and extracts. But overall, grapes are an important part of fruit markets in Turkey and the world, and fruit companies provide fresh grape with certificate in Turkey every year.
Iranian grapes in Turkey
On an average harvesting season, Iran produces more than two million tons of fresh grapes. This high amount of production ranks Iran among the top ten producers of grapes in the world, and also makes it the biggest among the Middle Eastern countries. Most if these grapes are distributed and consumed within the country, but there are also large amounts of exports and fruit companies offer fresh grape with certificate in Turkey as an example.
Iranian grapes are harvested and used for fresh consumption and as a result are from the larger and seedless cultivars. They come in a variety of shapes and colors, but they all have one thing in common and that’s being organic. Iranian farmers use more traditional and natural methods.
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Packaging grapes for exports
In case of fragile fruits and vegetables like grapes which are both sensitive to cuts and bruises and also have a short shelf life, packaging is a very essential step and must be done with maximum care and attention. First of all, the packages used for these grapes must be strong enough to protect the fragile little fruits from physical harms and bruises during all the stages of transportation and storage.
Also, the packages must be able to keep the fruits away from constant contact with open air as it accelerates the chemical reactions within the fruit and makes them lose their freshness faster. These boxes are usually made from cardboard and plastic and come in various sizes. Top fruit companies like Vitarad offer fresh grape with certificate in Turkey.
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Global grapes trade
Grapes are one of the hottest items on the international fruit and vegetable markets every harvesting season, and the leading producers of the world fill the markets with their high quality products. Also, as you already know, Iran is the largest producer of grapes in the Middle East, besides being among the top ten producers of the world. As a result, a large portion of the markets in these regions are supplied with these high quality Iranian products.
Top fruit companies of Iran, like Vitarad, offer high quality fresh grapes with certificate in Turkey and other parts of the world. Russia is the largest importer of Iranian grapes followed by countries like Iraq, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates. Iranian grapes are very popular on the fruit markets of these countries and are always considered among the top shelf products. Besides the high quality of the Iranian grapes which have made them very popular, the short distance between the supplier and the importers is also a great reason for the popularity of Iranian grapes on the Middle Eastern markets.
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