Export jump in saffron due to market stability
The Vice President of the National Saffron Council said: “Market stability and prices are the most important reason for the jump in saffron exports.” Gholamreza Miri said in an interview with Tasnim reporter in Mashhad: Has grown.
He said: “This growth is due to the relative stability that prevails in the markets, and of course it should be said that the issue of high saffron exports in packages above 30 grams should also be considered in the statistics.”
The Vice President of the National Saffron Council, referring to the decrease in the price of this product compared to before the harvest season, noted: “These fluctuations are not suitable for the export market at all and it should be possible to manage this increase and decrease in prices.”
“Last year there were some problems in the market that caused the export market to be challenged and we could not take action for that,” Miri said. The domestic market should also be controlled and reviewed in all respects because the most saffron is used in the domestic market of Iran.