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Kian Toos Saffron Co. is proud to present Khatam Blister Arnika in two sizes of medium and small with different weights:
Medium size: 1 gr
Small size:0.5 gr
The saffron used in this package is Negin.
Khatam Blister Arnika (in both medium and small sizes) is presented in stylish boxes. Each box contains 12 numbers of Khatam Arnika Blister. The mother box of this package is designed in a way that after opening the box and folding on the marked lines, logo is displayed beautifully and this gives a beautiful view to this package.
Production of Khatam Blister Arnika
First, the quality control unit confirms the quality of Negin. Then, saffron is weighed in different weights (medium and small) after sorting process.
All of the work process of weighing and packing Khatam Blister Arnika is controlled by quality control unit in order to produce a good quality product.
Leider gibt es für diesen Aussteller kein deutsches Firmenprofil.
Located in Torbat-e Heydarieh, about 1000 km from Tehran and 140 km from Mashhad.
Torbat-e Heydarieh is located in Centerof Khorasan Razavi Province and Northeastern of Iran
Iran is the biggest saffron producer and exporter in the world and 90 percent of the saffron in the world is produced in farms of this land. Khorasan province is considered as the biggest area which produces Iranian saffron, and a large part of the cultivating area of saffron is located in Khorasan Razavi and South One of the most important are of producing saffron in Khorasan Razavi is Torbat-e Heydarieh.
Torbat-e Heydarieh city with the production of more than 50 to 70 tons of dry saffron has the first place in the production of saffron in the world. Land under saffron cultivation in Torbat-e Heydarieh is about 15650 hectares in 2010, and the average harvest was reported to be 3.5 kg in each