My name is Hassan, born in April 1982, manager of SARADIPOUR Company. As one of the youngest exporters of Iranian dried fruits, I started my career in 2006 in the field of exporting raisins and dates. Dissemination of rapid and transparent information on the internal developments of Iran’s dried fruits market (raisins and dates) was the main aim of launching this blog. Here, you can obtain first-hand information in an immediate environment that may leak out of Iran with delay and/or even such news may not reach the hands of importers of Iranian dried fruits. No need to explain that how much these news can be contributed in accurate decisions making of customers. I will be happy to help me in this way with sending your constructive comments below each post or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) . Also, you can establish direct contact with us through clicking on the Chat Icon in the right cornet and hand and/or get together to chat online with adding my Skype ID (SARADIPOUR). Looking forwards to my subsequent posts.
The Turkish crop is looking less than 270 000 tonnes, with some in the market claiming 250 000 tonnes. Prices are now up to USD2 200-2 250/ tonne with some very optimistic sellers selling for USD2 100-2 150/tonne. Brix quality is less than last year due to earlier harvesting before Bayram and most harvesting is expected to be completed by next week.