- Commodity : Fresh Quince
- Code : IEM-1530
- Class : Farm - Greenhouse
- Type : Fresh
- Minimum Order : 20,000 kg
- Origin : Iran
- Packing : Carton Box 5/10 kg – Plastic box 10 kg, Special Packing@ Customer's Request
- Supply Ability : 100,000 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
Quince is one of the fruits that has dry flesh. It is consumed raw and cooked. If cooked, the meat will soften and taste great. Quince is used in a variety of cakes, sweets, desserts and compotes. Quince is also used in a variety of foods and gives a very good taste to foods. The skin of this fruit is yellow and has a firm flesh that is difficult to cut. Due to the firmness of this fruit, it is often eaten cooked.
Quince has a high nutritional value which has led to many properties. Sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper, manganese, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamin C, B12 and iron are some of the nutrients found in Quince. Quince is used to treat many diseases. Quince can treat infections in the gut and reduce gastritis. Quince tea is very good for the body and can soften the vocal cords and also cleanse the liver. Quince tea is also good for sleep, so if you suffer from insomnia, you can drink Quince tea an hour before bed to see the effect on your body. This fruit calms the body and reduces stress, so you can sleep easily. Of course, you can also use Quince tea during the day. The excellent aroma of this fruit can improve the nervous system.
Quince is high in fiber and very low in calories, which can be very helpful in the weight loss process. If you cook Quince well, the fruit itself will naturally have the right amount of sweetness. Here are some other properties of Quince:
- Improve heart health
- Reduce fever
- Treatment for diarrhea
- Treatment of shortness of breath
- Regulate blood pressure
- Strengthen the immune system
- Fight against bacteria and viruses
Today, many countries produce Quince and export it to different parts of the world. This fruit has many properties that have caused it to be used in many countries around the world. Quince producing countries include Uzbekistan, turkey, China, Iran, Morocco, Lebanon, Azerbaijan, Argentina, Algeria, Serbia, Spain, Peru, Ukraine, Russia, Portugal, Romanov, Greece, Mexico, Tunisia and Uruguay. Iran is also the fourth largest producer of Quince in the world and annually produces large quantities of this fruit and sells it in domestic and foreign markets. High quality Iranian quince is exported to many countries, including the Persian Gulf and Arab countries.