Iranian Fandoghi and Badami Pistachio Nuts and Kernels

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Iranian Fandoghi and Badami Pistachio Nuts and Kernels

Iranian Fandoghi and Badami Pistachio Nuts and Kernels

Fandoghi and Badami pistachio nuts and kernels are the most common Khorasan pistachio varieties. Iranian pistachios have high sales.

First-grade Fandoghi and Badami pistachio nuts are the main products of pistachio farmers in the Khorasan province of Iran.
Pistachio recording terminals are the first sellers who supply dried pistachios ready for markets.

In relation to these two types of pistachios (Fandoghi and Badami), general information is available, especially about their production and supply market.
Anyway, you can make direct contact with the Artin pistachio company to receive more information and ask you questions.

Khorasan Pistachio Varieties

Khorasan Pistachio Varieties

In recent years, Khorasan Razavi province has become one of the main centers of pistachio production in Iran. In this region of the country, various types of pistachios are available for sale in domestic and export markets.

All types of Iranian pistachios are available in large volumes in this province, but professionally, two types of Fandoghi and Badami pistachio nuts are more common in this region of the country. In this section, we will examine these two types of pistachios to have more information in this regard.

Badami Pistachio:

This type of pistachio is usually common in sizes 28-30, 30-32, and 32-34, and it’s available in high quantities in the central parts of Khorasan.
Mashhad in Khorasan is a wholesale center for Iranian Badami pistachio.

Fandoghi pistachio:

This type is generally common in two sizes, 28-30 and 30-32, and of course, its export market is more popular and diverse than Badami, because the market knows Fandoghi more than Badami pistachio.
In the supply of Fandoghi pistachios, the supply market of Khorasan and Kerman is both very wide. But often Khorasan Fandoghi pistachios enter the Iranian market earlier for bulk purchase.

Fandoghi Pistachios Export

Fandoghi Pistachios Export

Iranian Fanoghi (Round) pistachio has many buyers in the market of different countries because it is one of the cheapest types of pistachios. Countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Georgia, and Pakistan are buyers of this type of Iranian pistachio.

Fandoghi pistachio is available both raw and roasted and salted in the market of different countries. Which we must do according to the needs of customers and the target market. There are different packages in these markets.

There are 3 different quality classes and grades for Iranian pistachios:

  1. Natural Open Pistachios
  2. Mechanical Open pistachios
  3. The combination of MO and NO pistachios

The choice of pistachio quality class depends on the market. In Russia, for example, pistachios have their own buyers, both NO and MO.

MO pistachio is weaker in quality than NO pistachios and this type of pistachio is often in use to adjust the price.

For more information on the classes of pistachio, you can use other articles on the Artin website and contact the sales and consulting department of this collection.

Prices of Fandoghi and Badami Pistachio

Prices of Fandoghi and Badami Pistachio

To know the price of pistachios, quality parameters are really important; Because there is a lot of variety in the sale and export of pistachios. In this regard, the following items must be specified first in order to announce the exact price:

Pistachio type / Pistachio size / Product quality class selection / Raw or salty / Packaging type

By specifying all these items along with the order volume, you can receive the price from the sales experts of this company.

Since a large number of pistachios available in Iran are in use for export, the exchange rate has a direct impact on the price of pistachios and its products, including pistachio kernels and pistachio slices; In this regard, in periods when there are fluctuations in the exchange rate in the market, it is not possible to enter the price on the website.

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