dried fig

Iranian figs

Iranian figs The soil and climate in the city of Estahban near the Shiraz center of Fars province are ideal for growing the best figs in the world. Figs orchards in Estahban are cultivated by dry farming and their fruits are naturally sun-dried.Iranian figs Dried Figs History Please for more information or any inquiry click...

Mini (moist) figs

Mini (moist) figs After processing and selecting the fruits, the dried figs are washed and processed bringing their moisture content up from 10-12% as delivered, to moisture content as high as 20-23%, which makes our figs moist and delicious. Mini (moist) figs After washing, they are going for packaging in different sizes (100,200,250,400,450gr) and 10...
vegetables

Vegetables Category

Vegetables Category Vegetables is a catch-all category that includes many of the edible parts of a plant, like stems, roots, flowers, and leaves. We don't usually consider the fruits of a plant to be vegetables, except for fruits that aren't very sweet. Tomatoes, squash, peppers, eggplants, and beans, for example, are all fruits, but we...

Grains Category

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Grains Category Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… grains = cereals = cereal grains Fruit grains form the base of the Food Guide Pyramid, and nutritionists are constantly nagging us to eat more of them. Sure they're a bit bland,(Grains Category) but they're high in nutrients, low in fat, and dirt cheap. Cooks usually consign grains to supporting roles, letting them absorb the flavors of...

Fruits Category

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Fruits Category Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… Vegetable is a catch-all category that includes many of the edible parts of a plant, like stems, roots, flowers, and leaves. We don't usually consider the fruits of a plant to be vegetables, except for fruits that aren't very sweet. Tomatoes, squash, peppers, eggplants, and beans, for example, are all fruits, but we usually refer to them...
apricot

Apricot varieties

Apricot varieties Many varieties of apricots are grown in the Middle and Near East, especially in Turkey. In the United States, most apricots are grown in California, as they do not thrive as well on the East Coast. Among the more common varieties of apricots are the Derby, Moorpark, Royal, and Tilton. In California, two plum/apricot hybrids are sold under the names “plumcot” and “aprium.” Please for more information or...
dried apricot

Medicinal and non-food uses

Medicinal and non-food uses Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… Fresh or dried, apricots are an excellent health and beauty food. Three small fresh apricots contain more than 50% of the recommended daily intake (RDA) of beta-carotene, a potent antioxidant. Beta-carotene prevents the build-up of plaque deposits in the arteries, protects the eyes from sun damage, and deactivates free radicals that, if left unchecked, accelerate the...
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Contribution to diet Apricot

Contribution to diet Apricot Most of the crop is not sold fresh; drying and canning are popular options for apricots since they are so perishable. Cultivars that retain their color and flavor during drying like ‘Royal' and ‘Tilton' are best for this market. Contribution to diet Apricot Apricot cultivation Dried apricots can be easily re-hydrated, and are particularly popular with backpackers. As with plums, drying concentrates all nutrients several-fold. Per...
apricot

Apricot cultivation

Apricot cultivation The apricot is thought to have originated in northeastern China near the Russian border. In Armenia, it was known from ancient times. Apricot cultivation The Roman General Lucille’s (106-57 B.C.) even exported some trees, - cherry, white heart cherry, and apricot from Armenia to Europe. While English settlers brought the apricot to the English colonies in the New World, most of the modern American production of apricots came...
Iran Apricot Manufacturer and supplier

Apricot Fruit

Apricot Fruit A drupe, about 1.5"-2.5" wide, with a prominent suture, yellow to orange ± red blush, having light pubescent or a nearly glabrous surface. Apricot Fruit Iran Apricot Manufacturer and supplier The pit is generally smooth, enclosing a single seed. The fresh color is mostly orange, but a few white-fleshed cultivars exist. Trees are fairly precocious, and begin fruiting in their second year, but substantial bearing does not begin...