- Commodity : Turnip
- Code : IEM-1166
- Class : Farm - Greenhouse
- Type : Fresh
- Grade : Grade A
- Minimum Order : 20,000 kg
- Origin : Iran
- Packing : Bulk– Bag 25 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
Turnip is a type of vegetable that is well known both in terms of nutrition and non-food properties. This vegetable with many properties has a plant native to Europe and Central Asia. Today, turnips are grown in many countries, such as Canada and the United States.
Features of turnip
Turnips are available in green, white and purple. Turnip has a soft skin and tastes a little spicy with a small amount of sweetness. A good turnip should not be plastic and the middle should be firm, so that it does not crush if pressed by hand. An important feature of healthy, heavy turnip is that it shows that it is not plastic and leftover. Turnip has many properties, but the use of these properties depends on the fact that the turnip is healthy and when you cut it in the middle, it is white inside and has not lost its natural color due to being plastic.
Properties of turnips
Turnip is a vegetable that is used in many foods, but this vegetable is also known as a medicinal substance due to its many properties. Turnips are high in vitamin C, which boosts your immune system and fights free radicals. Turnip kills the infection in your body and is therefore very useful for colds that are associated with lung infections. Turnips are high in vitamin A and help keep your eyes and lungs healthy. One way to treat lung disease is to use turnips.
The properties of turnip are not limited to the above and it has many properties. Bone strengthening, improving heart health, treating colds and anti-inflammatory properties are some of the properties of turnips. Vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium are some of the nutrients found in turnips.
Turnip is consumed in many ways, some add it to various foods such as soup, some boil it, and others believe that in order to take full advantage of the properties of turnip, it should be consumed raw.
Export of turnips
Today, turnips are grown in many countries, including China, Uzbekistan, Russia, the United States, Ukraine, Poland, Britain, Germany, France, Japan, Indonesia, Turkey, Kazakhstan and India. The most important exporters of this product are China, the Netherlands, the United States, Spain and Belgium. Exporters need to be familiar with the target markets so that they can sell their products at the right time and easily. Important countries that can be target markets for turnip exports include Iraq, Russia, the UAE, Oman, Thailand, Malaysia, Syria, Armenia, Georgia and Vietnam. There are many applicants in the world who buy turnips and exporters can have good exports with proper knowledge of target markets.