- Commodity : Cumin
- Code : IEM-1176
- Class : Medicinal Herbs
- Type : Dried
- Grade : Grade A
- Minimum Order : 2,000 kg
- Origin : Iran
- Packing : Bulk– Bag 25 Kg – Carton box 10 kg - Packing @ Customer's Request
- Supply Ability : 5,000 Kg per Month
- Sample : Available to forward
- 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
Cumin, a seed used to better taste soups, stews, salads, and to flavor rice. Cumin products contain cumin sweat, cumin powder and yogurt, cumin tea, and cumin seeds. Green Cumin is a lighter green color that distinguishes it from black cumin and has a stronger, virulent, taste and a sharper taste than black cumin. Cumin is used as an anticonvulsant, beneficial for relieving epilepsy, flatulence, corrector, and antiperspirant.
Iranian Cumin harvest season:
Cumin planting is done both in autumn in pampas areas and spring in highlands with earlier and colder winters. The foremost date to plant cumin is in late November to late December. Belonging on the hauteur of the cumin planting place, it is provided to be harvested from late May to early June.
Size and types of Iranian Cumin:
Cumin is a biennial plant that reaches an hauteur of 30 to 80 cm and has several colors including black, green, white, yellow, brown, and gray.
Cumin planting and production place in Iran:
Cumin is available in Iran as self-growing or cultivated. Khorasan, Kerman, Semnan and East Azarbaijan provinces are the principal centers of the crop of this product in the country and flourish in many other parts of Iran such as Tehran, Markazi, Lorestan, Central Kavir of Iran, and Turkmen Sahara.
Types of Iranian Cumin export packaging:
The pricing of this product is based on the percentage of cumin dirt, timber, and also the value of cumin aroma. And the export cumin must be up to 98% sorted and their impurity should be a maximum of 2%. Cumin is packed dry and green in packages, metal containers, or polycrystalline containers.
How to send Iranian Cumin for export:
Due to the small distance and lower transit costs, field is used to export this product to neighboring countries, but in the case of exporting this goods to European countries, air transportation is still a good choice for their export.
Export and import statistics of Cumin in the world:
The most important producers of this plant are India, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Morocco, Turkey and China. India, Iran, Indonesia and Lebanon are the principal exporters of cumin and today, most crops are grown in India, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt, Syria, Mexico, Chile and China, respectively. Other countries such as Turkey, Egypt, Syria, China, Cyprus, Argentina and Mexico are also exporters of cumin.
Cumin export statistics from Iran:
Iran is the third-largest producer of cumin in the universe and ranks fifth in the export of this vintage. More than 60% of cumin is exported in the territory and about 40% of the export of this product in the world belongs to Iran. Cumin customers in Iran are Japan, Qatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, the Republic of Korea, Turkey, Kuwait, and Germany. India, UAE, and Afghanistan have the highest export capacity and potential for exporting this product from the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Islamic Republic of Iran is the closest link to exports to Iraq. The US market has the highest demand capacity for these goods. India shows the largest variation between the export potential and the real export in terms of worthiness, the residual, export capacity is worth 394.4 thousand dollars. Currently, Turkey and Afghanistan are Iran's most important competitors in cumin exports.