The latest news and views about the Iranian Saffron
Saffron also known as “red gold” or the “king of the world’s spices” has numerous and miraculous properties.
Saffron ice cream is one of the most popular and original desserts in Iranian culture. As its name suggests, saffron is one of the main ingredients of this type of ice cream.
A young Iranian man from the city of Maku in West Azarbaijan province has succeeded in creating planting conditions similar to Mars in order to cultivate saffron without using soil. He has spent only $ 500 USD to work on this initiative.
Iran’s Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari has hailed the country’s huge share in saffron business across the world.
An Iranian MP says France has managed to develop value-added products using Iran’s saffron by processing the crop into antidepressants and herbal medicines.
An Iranian lawmaker criticized the export of unprocessed Iranian saffron, saying a portion of the Iranian saffron exported to European and Arab states is rebranded and resold by these countries.
While Iran produces about 90 percent of the world's saffron, small German companies are growing by importing Iran’s saffron and exporting it as luxury goods to Persian Gulf littoral states.
Following the implementation of nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, first shipment of Iranian saffron to U.S. will be send in the coming...
On a visit to the town of Khusf, which is known for its quality saffron, the Norwegian ambassador to Iran helped farmers gather their crops.
It is harvest season in the northeastern province of Khorasan Razavi where saffron farmers are working hard to collect their crop.
ˈSafrotinˈ, a medicine produced from saffron, can decrease the signs of the Alzheimerˈs disease noticeably.