Saffron or red gold is harvested in different countries. India is one of the countries that produces saffron itself, but in addition to its production, it tries to import saffron from other countries such as Iran, which produces 90% of the world’s saffron. In this section, we will talk about the price of saffron in India in detail. At the end of this section, there is a form to inquire about the price of exporting Iranian saffron to India, which you can fill out for more detailed information about the price.
Saffron in India
Saffron has a long history in India and the Asian continent, which is why many saffron consumers around the world consider it an Indian spice. One of the regions where saffron is famous in the world is the saffron of Kashmir. Kashmir saffron is a so famous in the world. Many of people consider that saffron belongs to the Indian-dominated Kashmir region. But keshmir saffron can not meet the needs of its fans because of producation rate, which is why India uses saffron from other countries such as Afghanistan and Iran. The Business Insider site gives good information about the quality of Kashmir saffron.
Along with good saffron exports in India, saffron consumption in India is not low at all. Saffron consumption in India has a long history due to its extraordinary properties. This high age has made saffron belong to India in the world. That’s why we decided to talk about the price of saffron in India in more detail.
Saffron prices in India
The price of saffron in India starts from 80 rupees per gram (approximately equal to 1.03 dollars) and reaches 250 rupees per gram (3.32 US dollars). If saffron belongs to the Kashmir region (saffron, which is known for its dark and coarse color), this price can reach 500 Indian rupee per geram. The reason for this difference between prices, is type and quality of saffron. obviously, higher quality saffron has higher prices.
wholesale (bulk) Saffron Price
The price of Wholesale saffron depends on various parameters. The amount of saffron, the type of saffron and the place or country where the saffron is produced, affect the price of saffron. For this reason, we can not comment on the price of Wholesaling in detail. (But it is definitely lower than the price of packaged saffron)
The place of production of saffron is one of the factors that greatly affect the wholesale purchase price. The prices of Indian, Iranian and Afghan saffron are not the same! international traders are usually more inclined to buy from Iran due to the variety and high amount of Iranian saffron.
You can find out the price of saffron in bulk and sending it to India by filling out the form below. To date, Zarshan has exported saffron to various countries, and since its saffron is supplied by local farmers, it has more economical and appropriate price for you.