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MGT Dried Fruit

We are Marjan dried fruit company. Our main activity is producing dry fruit. Our products are exported to whole world. So we are known as producer, supplier and exporter of dried fruits and nuts which all their origin is Iran. Persian saffron is one of the most famous product in the world. Marjan dried fruit is exporting the high quality Persian saffron from 2004. As well as saffron, Iranian mamra almond is one of our best products with pure quality. Iranian pistachio, raisin and dates are other dried fruits that we are producing. Iran dried fruits are different in quality with other origins. That’s why we are supplier and exporter of Iran raisin, pistachio and dates. Marjan dried fruit is also producer of green peeled pistachio kernels that is used for pastry and cookie. It is necessary to mention that the minimum quantity is 5Ton for almost all products (Dates, Pistachio, Almond, Raisin, dried fig, apricot, walnutwalnut and barberry). So we can say that we are only whole seller (wholesale). Iran date fruit has so many types that Mazafati and Sayer date are one of the most known. Date concentrate (date liquid honey, date liquid sugar and date liquid syrup) are made from high quality Iranian dates. List of our product ready to be exported are as below: Iran pistachio (Round fandoghi pistachio supplier, long Akbari pistachio supplier, long ahmadaghai pistachio, jumbo kalleghouchi pistachio). Iranian raisin (Sultana light brown raisin tizabi, Sultana dark brown raisin aftabi, jumbo yellow raisin zard malayer, green jumbo raisin sabz malayer and golden angoori raisin). Persian date fruit (Piarom or piyarom, Mazafati fresh date known as bam date, chopped or chapped date, Sayer with seed and sayer without seed, Zahedi yellow dates, Kabkab semi dried date, ShahabiShahabi and Rabbi date). Persian famous saffron (All red sargol saffron, pooshal mancha saffron, dasteh bunch saffron and saffron powder provided from all red and pooshal). Iranian barberry (dane anari or shiny red and also puffy or pofaki). Dried fig (closed mouth A,AA,AAA and open mouth A,AA,AAA). Almond (Normel kernel, mamra almond kernel, paper skin poost kaghazi almond and hard shell sangi almond). We are looking forward to have this opportunity to serve our trusted customers in long-term business.

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Saffron features in European, North African, and Asian cuisines. Its aroma is described by taste experts as resembling that of honey, with woody, hay-like, and earthy notes; according to another such assessment, it tastes of hay, but only with bitter hints. Because it imparts a luminous yellow-orange hue, it is used worldwide in everything from cheeses, confectioneries, and liquors to baked goods, curries, meat dishes, and soups.

 

Saffron's folkloric uses as an herbal medicine are legendary and legion. It was used for its carminativecarminative (suppressing cramps and flatulence) and emmenagogicemmenagogic (enhancing pelvic blood flow) properties. Medieval Europeans used it to treat respiratory disorders—coughs and colds, scarlet fever, smallpox, cancer, hypoxia, and asthma. Other targets were: blood disorders, insomnia, paralysis, heart diseases, stomach upsets, gout, chronic uterine haemorrhage, dysmorrhea, amenorrheaamenorrhea, infant colic, and eye disorders. For the ancient Persians and Egyptians saffron was an aphrodisiac, a general-use antidote against poisoning, a digestive stimulant, and a tonic for dysentery and measles. European practitioners of the archaic and quixotic "Doctrine of SignaturesDoctrine of Signatures" took its yellowish hue as a sign of its putative curative properties against jaundice.

 

  • Amongst all the benefits that saffron is celebrated for, protecting and preventing eye vision is one of the most important advantages. Researchers indicate that saffron is a powerful antioxidant that helps in managing the fatty acid levels in the membranes of the cells, thereby correcting vision in people with retinitis pigmentosa or macular degeneration related to age.
  • Saffron is known to be an effective anti-depressant for curing mild to moderate depression. Ingesting sufficient amounts of saffron tea brings feelings of happiness and joy.
  • Saffron is highly effective in inducing menstruation in women, particularly those with irregular periods. Besides reducing bleeding in the uterus, it alleviates the pain caused by menstruation.
  • Apart from reducing menstrual period pains, saffron helps with alleviating the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, including emotional stability, sore breasts, depression and fatigue.
  • Saffron contains an agent called crocetin which is helpful in lowering blood pressure. When taken in the form of a tea, saffron works best in reversing high blood pressure.
  • If your lungs have been inflamed due to a cold or respiratory illness, clear off the phlegm from your lungs by drinking saffron. Furthermore, saffron helps in reducing inflammation and clearing airways, thereby easing the symptoms of asthma.
  • Saffron tea helps in cleansing the body from harmful toxins and substances that can otherwise lead to arthrosclerosis, a condition that hardens the arteries due to the build-up of plaque from fattening foods. When ignored, arthrosclerosis can trigger heart disease, diabetes and blood disorders.
  • Stomach aches and similar ailments can be eased with saffron tea through stimulating the stomach muscles. By contracting the muscles, the tea gives cooling, soothing, and relaxing vibes.
  • Crocin, Safranal, and Picrocrocin present in saffron have anti-cancer activities that combine to prevent and slow down the growth of human cancer cells.
  • Using saffron in cooking on a regular basis has shown signs of improved memory power, relieved muscle pain and pain from kidney stones, and increased blood circulation.
  • Preparing tea from saffron has been helpful in restricting the build-up of cholesterol; thus, bringing relief from abdominal pains and managing health blood pressure.
  • With a number of carotenoids present, saffron is believed to inhibit skin tumors and improve arthritis.
  • It contains active constituents which help in producing positive effects on people suffering from neurodegenerative disorders. Additionally, massaging your gums with saffron reduces soreness and inflammation of the mouth and tongue.
  • Saffron is beneficial to the body both internally and externally. Sores, bruises, and bug bites are some problems that can be treated and healed with the application of saffron paste.
  • Other health benefits that saffron has been credited with include curing insomnia, coughing, heartburn, premature ejaculation, flatulence, indigestion, dry skin and baldness.

 

Saffron (Crocus sativus), Nutritional value per 100 g.

(Source: USDA National Nutrient data base)

Principle

Nutrient Value

Percentage of RDA

Energy

310 Kcal

15.5%

Carbohydrates

65.37 g

50%

Protein

11.43 g

21%

Total Fat

5.85 g

29%

Cholesterol

0 mg

0%

Dietary Fiber

3.9 g

10%

Vitamins

   

Folates

93 µg

23%

Niacin

1.46 mg

9%

Pyridoxine

1.010 mg

77%

Riboflavin

0.267 mg

20%

Vitamin A

530 IU

18%

Vitamin C

80.8 mg

135%

Electrolytes

   

Sodium

148 mg

10%

Potassium

1724 mg

37%

Minerals

   

Calcium

111 mg

11%

Copper

0.328 mg

37%

Iron

11.10 mg

139%

Magnesium

264 mg

66%

Manganese

28.408 mg

1235%

Phosphorus

252 mg

36%

Selenium

5.6 µg

10%

Zinc

1.09 mg

10%