Price of saffron in Tunisia
The saffron price in Tunisia is a topic that many people are looking for. Due to high fluctuations in the price of saffron in Iran, it is not possible to say the exact price. But the price range can be mentioned. The price of saffron in Tunisia is 1,500 € per kilo. This is the wholesale price of saffron. If you have ever had the experience of buying saffron in Tunisia, you know that the wholesale price is always lower than the retail price.
You can also see the price of saffron in Tunisia in kilograms and grams in the table below.
|The price of saffron in Tunisia per kilo
|The price of saffron in Tunisia per gram
In Tunisia, most saffron is imported from Iran. Iranian saffron has many fans around the world due to its high quality. The prevailing climatic conditions in Iran have caused the Iranian saffron to have a very high quality.
In the meantime, if you are from another country, you can see the price of saffron anywhere in the world on the Saffron price per kg page. Also, in addition to bulk saffron in Tunisia, we offer saffron in the form of suitable gift packaging. We recommend that you visit the Buy Saffron online page.
If you are looking to buy saffron in Tunisia, you can easily buy up to 500 grams of saffron from Tunisia through the section below and we will send it to you in less than a week. (It is possible to buy through PayPal.)
Buying saffron in Tunisia
We can send saffron to Tunisia if you buy saffron from our company. Saffron is easily sent to Tunisia due to the good relations between Iran and Tunisia. We send saffron via Iran, Qatar, and Emirates Airlines. You can contact us via WhatsApp or through this page. You can also visit our product page to see the different packages.
Also, if you intend to buy saffron in bulk, we advise you to import it directly from Iran. Many customers also have this preference. We are a supplier of pure Iranian saffron. You can get a new order every week.
You can buy this saffron box in Tunisia as a gift to your beloved one.
Because saffron is an expensive spice, it is always sent by air. It is also possible to send saffron by ship, but it is not really worth it. Some people think that it is cheaper for them to send saffron by ship, but the truth is that it is not at all worth it to send saffron by ship. To send heavy loads, the reasonable way is to send by ship, but to send saffron is not worth it, and the reasonable way is to send by air.
Buying saffron in Tunisia is very easy. There are many sellers in Tunisia, but you should consider buying from a reputable store. Saffron is abundant in Tunisia and most of it is imported from Iran. Statistics show that 90% of the world’s saffron is produced in Iran.
When we send the saffron to you, we send the laboratory certificates to you. In the lab results, you can see the humidity, color strength, and aroma degree of saffron.
The values in the laboratory certificate we send you are very important. Because, for example, if the moisture content of saffron is more than 10%, it means that the seller of saffron is cheating. Because if there is more moisture, you will buy less saffron. That is, if saffron is wet, it weighs a lot, and when it dries, its weight decreases. In the following, you can see our saffron laboratory certification.
You can buy this saffron box in Tunisia as a gift to your beloved one.
To know the prices of saffron, please contact us through the form above, because the price of saffron changes daily.
Selling saffron in Tunisia
The price of saffron this year has not changed much compared to last year. The reason not to change is that the premium saffron is sent from Iran.
Iranian saffron has many admirers in the world. More than 90% of the world’s saffron is produced in Iran. We can supply any quantity of saffron you want because our company is located in Iran. We can supply tons of saffron per month.
The color and aroma of saffron are measured in a laboratory. There is a variant in the lab called Crocine. This parameter shows the strength of the color of saffron. The higher the number of crocin, the more color the saffron appears to have when used.
There is also another agent called Picrocin that refers to the bitterness of saffron. As you know, real saffron tastes bitter. This number can show that saffron is real.
Below we will give you a brief explanation of the types of saffron.
Super Negin saffron is of the highest quality of all types of saffron and is also the most expensive. Super Negin saffron has a long thread, like Pushal and at the same time, it has more coloring power than Sargol.
Negin: Compared to Sargol and Super Negin, Negin is longer in length and contains some yellow and orange parts of the thread. To put it in simple words, the smell, quality, and purity are still great but you pay for some parts of the yellow and orange threads, which are of lower quality.
Sargol means “the top of the flower” in Persian. Sargol is a kind of Persian saffron from the tip of the saffron thread. It also has a strong and specific scent. In general, Sargol saffron is considered to be of high quality due to the lack of yellow or orange threads. Sargol is easily recognizable thanks to its full red color and short filaments. However, Sargol saffron often contains crumbs and broken threads.
Pushal: The white parts are removed, leaving the sixty strands that have a little orange. But the whole red parts have been preserved.
Saffron price in Tunisia
The price of saffron in Tunisia depends on its variety. The estimated saffron price in Tunisia is 10,000 EUR. Because as explained in this article, there are different types of saffron and that is the reason why saffron prices are different.
The best type of saffron is Super Negin, because of its aroma and color. The next type with a relatively high price is Negin, and this type is less beautiful than Super Negin.
The next type of saffron is Sargol. Sargol saffron is often used in the Iranian market. Sargol saffron has a good smell and color. This is the reason why this type of saffron is sold in Iranian stores. After Sargol saffron, followed by Pushal saffron. Pushal saffron is often consumed in India.
Do you give saffron with lab results?
Since saffron is the most expensive spice in the world, there are many cheaters in this field. Therefore, if you buy saffron from trustworthy companies, you do not need to worry about the quality of the saffron. Because moisture, color strength, odor, and picrocine (which show the bitterness of saffron) are all specified in lab results.
Can you deliver saffron to Tunisia? How can we pay?
If you need large quantities of saffron in Tunisia, we are able to deliver it to you in Tunisia. There is one office cooperating with us in Tunisia. You pay some money as a down payment to our office in Tunisia. When you get saffron in Tunisia, you can pay the rest of the money.
Are you able to send saffron via Dubai to Tunisia?
We are able to send saffron from Dubai to anywhere in the world. For big orders, LC is also possible via Dubai. In order to order saffron please be in touch with us via WhatsApp or email.
About Ana Qayen in Tunisia
We are a supplier of Iranian saffron in Tunisia and we supply saffron from the best fields of saffron in Iran. It should be mentioned that nearly 90 percent of saffron in the world is produced in Iran. We have also an agency in Lyon, France and you can also buy our saffron in Europe.
Apart from saffron, we also supply other products from Iran including pistachio, rosebuds, Mazafati Date, and barberry. If you want to buy any type of product from Iran, we can supply you. You may contact us via the Contact Us page or WhatsApp. Also, you may see our different saffron packaging on our Buy Saffron online page.
When you want to buy saffron in bulk, you should be sure about the quality of the saffron that you are buying. Our saffron has got a European certificate from the SAI CHIMIE lab which is one of the most famous labs in Europe.
Also, our saffron is packaged in different and luxurious packages. You can see our different packing below. You can buy saffron in bulk with these packages in our online shop. You can also find us on social media via Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest, and Youtube. In the following, you can see our different packaging of saffron.