Roasted & Salted Pistachios Wholesale for Export/Import

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Roasted & Salted Pistachios Wholesale for Export/Import

Roasted & Salted Pistachios are almost always available in all nuts and dried fruits wholesale markets. Do you think about it for export or import?

Do you know if the roasted and salted pistachios are more in demand or the raw pistachio nuts?

In the following, we will examine the advantages and disadvantages of each of the two types of raw and salty pistachios for export and the domestic market.

As you are aware, Iranian pistachio nuts are almost available in all of the wholesale markets.
The target market is the most important issue for determining the variety and quality of the pistachios. There are various parameters in the target market that affects the suitable type of pistachios for your market.

Roasted & Salted Pistachios

Obviously, the added value of roasted and salted pistachios is really higher than raw pistachio nuts. At the same time, with sufficient creativity, you can monopolize the type of processing, which preserves the markets.

On the other hand, roasting varieties give more variety to the products of a factory and the consumer market. And therefore, each type of raw pistachios can be ready for the market with different roasting methods.

Of course, in Iran, most groups, stores, and factories active in the field of pistachios wholesale, independently roast their products.

Raw Pistachios

As long as pistachios are raw, they can be perfect to produce kernels whenever needed, and their kernels are in use for confectionery, ice cream, nuts, and many more salted ones.

Export of raw pistachios is really common because of its various uses.

The multiplicity of producers and sellers for the raw pistachios has made it necessary to sell at a very competitive price, especially in cases of high tonnage and quantity.

Roasted & Salted Pistachios Wholesale

MO (Mechanical Open) pistachios are often available in the market in salty form. It’s because of the difference in taste in comparison with NO (Natural Open) pistachios.

Of course, sometimes customers in the destination country have roasting facilities, in this regard, they usually buy raw pistachio varieties.

MO pistachios have their own markets due to their cheapness.
The main countries that have the largest volume of MO pistachio imports are:

  • Russia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Georgia
  • Iraq
  • Pakistan

The type of export to each of these markets and how to salt it is different.
Sometimes consumers of pistachios in the destination country, such as Georgia, tend to buy pistachios with high salt content. That these cases are raised exactly with the buyers and done exactly accordingly.

Wholesales of MO salted pistachios are more common than raw MO pistachios.

Lowest Possible Price of Pistachio for Export/Import

To determine the price, important parameters must first be identified.
In this section, we announce the most important criteria for determining the price.

  1. At first, The type of pistachio (Ahmad Aghaei, Akbari, Fandoghi, Kalleghouchi, Badami)
  2. Pistachio quality type (MO or NO)
  3. The ounce or pistachio size
  4. Also, the percentage of kernel inside the shell
  5. Closed-Moth percentage
  6. Also, being raw or salty
  7. Type of packaging
  8. Order volume (Quantity)
  9. And finally, place of delivery

By determining these items, the exporter can give you an exact price estimation.

If you want to buy major types of Artin pistachios for export/import, you can contact the sales department.
Our partners are ready to provide you with the necessary information.
But it should also be considered that pistachio is one of the export-oriented products in Iran.
In this regard, exchange rate changes have a direct impact on the price of this product inside Iran.

The main reason for the fluctuations in the price of pistachios and their products in the Iranian market is more affected by this issue.
Of course, other factors such as frost, pests, and also the supply and demand and, consequently, the price.

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