India is the main customer of Iranian dates; 4% increase in date exports

Published May 6, 2024

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In 1402, Iran exported nearly 389,000 tons of dates, a four percent increase in weight and six percent increase in value from the previous year, generating 345 million 387 thousand 122 dollars. India was the top buyer, followed by Pakistan and Turkey, with Mozafati dates being the most popular. Iran exported dates to 82 countries, including Austria, Japan, and Greece, with a total weight of 159,501 tons and a value of 181 million 222 thousand 206 dollars. Other notable dates included Zahedi, Shahani, Kloteh, Pyaram, Estamran, Kabkab, and Khasavi.
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According to ISNA, Seyyed Ruhollah Latifi said about date export destinations: In 1402, nearly 389 thousand 495 tons of dates worth 345 million 387 thousand 122 dollars were exported from our country, which is four percent compared to the previous year. Weight and 6.7% in value have been accompanied by an increase. India is the first destination of Iranian dates He added: 82 countries were the export destinations of Iranian dates in 1402, and India was the first destination of Iranian dates with the purchase of 90,237 tons worth 84,794,000 dollars, followed by Pakistan with the purchase of 91,000 tons. and 199 tons worth 72 million 44 thousand 576 dollars, Turkey with the purchase of 39 thousand 48 tons worth 36 million 167 thousand dollars, Kazakhstan with 24 thousand 143 tons worth 18 million 22 thousand dollars, China with 10 1,321 tons worth 11,975,000 dollars, Iraq with 8,886 tons worth 9,440,000 dollars and Russia with 10,103 tons worth 9,376,000 dollars, the second to ...
Source: Isna
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