- Commodity : Mushroom
- Code : IEM-1154
- Class : Farm - Greenhouse
- Type : Fresh
- Variety : White
- Grade : Prime
- Minimum Order : 20,000 kg
- Origin : Iran
- Packing : Bulk– Carton box 10 Kg - Packing @ Customer's Request
- Supply Ability : 100,000 Kg per Month
- Term Of Delivery : EXW - FSA - FAS - FOB- CFR - CIF - CPT – CIP
- Payment Term : TT- 30 % against PI, 70 % against draft BL
- Documents : HC,CO, BL, Packing List, Invoice & etc.
- Delivery Time : 15 - 20 Days
- Inspection : Possible
One of the delicious foods that is popular in most parts of the world is mushrooms. There are many types of fungi and they are known as Saprophyte plants that do not contain chlorophyll. Mushrooms are high in nutritional value, low in fat and cholesterol, and low in calories. Mushrooms should be purchased from reputable centers to make sure they are healthy. Before eating mushrooms, you should clean them thoroughly to remove any contamination and germs. Healthy mushrooms are firm and dry and do not have soft, crushed skin.
Properties of Mushroom
Mushrooms are fat-free, which is why they are known as a healthy, fat-free food. Fungi have many properties, including maintaining the health and freshness of your skin. Fungi contain polysaccharides and hydrate your skin. Vitamin D in mushrooms is also very useful for treating skin acne.
Mushrooms are good for weight loss because they are high in protein and low in fat. Of course, keep in mind that mushrooms are very low in calories and can not provide the energy your body needs and should be eaten with other healthy foods.
Other properties of fungi include:
- Prevention of breast cancer
- Helps rejuvenate skin and hair
- Strengthen the immune system
- Lower blood cholesterol
- Blood pressure control
There are many substances in mushrooms that have caused this natural vegetable to have many properties: antioxidants, fiber, Beta-Glucan, protein, carbohydrates, B vitamins, folate, niacin, thiamine, pantothenic acid, vitamin D, selenium, potassium , Phosphorus, iron and copper.
Consumption and production of mushrooms dates back to thousands of years ago. The first evidence of mushroom consumption in China dates back several hundred years BC. The ancient Romans and Greeks were also consumers of mushrooms. But today mushrooms are produced and used in most parts of the world. Today, China, Italy, the United States, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Iran, Canada, France, the United Kingdom and Germany are among the world's mushroom producers.
Iranian mushrooms are exported annually to several countries such as Kuwait, UAE, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Seasonal export of mushrooms faces problems in hot weather. Mushrooms are highly perishable and difficult to control in the summer. In addition, some Arab countries and consumers do not buy this product in the summer. In the process of exporting mushrooms, special attention should be paid to their health so that the mushrooms do not suffer from any poisoning. Cold countries like Russia are also the main buyers of mushrooms. Russia, the UAE and Kuwait are among the countries to which a large amount of Iranian mushrooms are exported annually.