Khorasan Barberry Producer | High Quality Persian Zereshk

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Khorasan Barberry Producer

Khorasan Barberry Producer | High Quality Persian Zereshk

Most of Red and Seedless Iranian barberry goes in the market from Khorasan. Artin factory is a major Khorasan barberry producer in Iran doing Export and Import of Nuts, Kernels and Berries.

Get the best quality pomegranate seed and puffy seed barberry price in Iran from Birjand and Qaynat.
In eastern Iran, red and seedless barberry is producing in high volume. The most known edible barberry.

Iran’s barberry is widely accepted in domestic and export markets due to its wide variety of uses and consumption.

Khorasan Barberry (Zereshk)

Khorasan Barberry

Iranian Dry and Red barberry produces in 2 main types:

Pomegranate Seed Barberry (Calls “ANARI”)

This type of barberry is the first type that comes to the market after the harvest season.
The method of preparation of this barberry’s type does in the traditional way under the sun.
Pomegranate has a darker color than other types and is therefore cheaper.

Puffy Barberry (Calls “POFAKI”)

This type of barberry produces in indoor halls.
Puffy Barberry color is very light but it takes about 3-5 months to produce.
Pofaki barberry has its own customers and is often using for export to European countries.

Khorasan Barberry Producer

Khorasan Barberry Producer

Areas of cultivation of barberry varieties mostly locate in the south of Khorasan province.
Khorasan is One of the eastern provinces of Iran where you can find saffron as well.
The cities of Birjand, Ghaenat, Zirkuh, Sarbisheh and Darmian are the main producers of Iranian barberry.

After the harvest season, barberry needs to dry either traditionally or industrially.
After drying, barberry should send to workshops or factories for processing in this area, because barberry, which is available to farmers, cannot be marketed before final processing.

For this reason, barberry should place in different devices so that all foreign materials (leaves, twigs, razors, tails, stones, etc.) separate from the barberry.
The environment humidity is really important for this procedure and its output quality.
Also, the moisture content of the product should check specially for export purposes.

Both Pofaki and Anari Zereshk have their own acceptable moisture content percentage.
It’s less than %19 for Anari and less than %17 for Pofaki type.

Import of High Quality Persian Zereshk

High Quality Zereshk

All types of dried barberry in Iran are sending to export markets along with fresh barberry.

In addition to the destination country, appropriate barberry variety also depends on the type of consumption. For example, most beverage manufacturers in Europe use pomegranate seed barberry (Anari Zereshk) to produce their products.
But in Canada, barberry mostly use in restaurants or sells in chain stores, so obviously, Puffy barberry is better known there.
For this reason, traders and experts in this field should be consulted for the export and import of barberry.

After selecting the barberry type, it is necessary to put the barberry in the appropriate packaging. inserting appropriate labels requires for delivery.

Custom Procedure for Barberry in Iran

Iranian Barberry Export

In order to export barberry, it is necessary to obtain some health certificates for the shipment.

One of the most important and citationable certificates in all the world’s customs is the Health Certificate.
The official authority issuing this certificate is the Food and Drug Administration of the University of Medical Sciences.

After receiving this certificate, it is necessary to declare the load to the customs office of origin and obtain other certificates, including the certificate of origin, Phytosanitary certificate, etc., and then move the truck or container in question.

In the Artin barberry production company, all customs affairs for purchasing volume above 5 tons are done free of charge and completely free of charge.
For more information, you can contact the sales experts.

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