Wholesale Saffron

Persian Pure Bulk Saffron

PERSA is a premium brand that exports High-quality Persian saffron all over the world. In ancient Persia, saffron was cultivated at Derbena and Isfahan in the 10th century BC. Saffron and Iran are uniquely linked together. Iran harvests about 90% of the world’s production of saffron. Iranian saffron is a natural spice also called Red Gold. Our farmers should collect 170,000 saffron flowers to produce one kilogram of the dried bunch saffron; They have to use 230,000 saffron flowers for producing one kilogram of the dried Sargol saffron. We obtained all the necessary ISO certificates, standards, and licenses to provide and export the products. Persa Trading achieves ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System), HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), ISO 9001, Halal Certificate, and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice). Our products are used in the Food and Beverage Industry for many uses like flavorings, natural color, cookies, making vegan ice cream gelato, drinks, and many others; in the Medicinal & Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics industry like skincare products, skin masks, perfumes, detergents.

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Our main work is to directly deal with the farmers when gathering products from the fields thus we can ensure the best quality and price.

The Magic of Iranian Saffron: A Guide to Different Types

Looking for the finest Iranian saffron in bulk? Look no further than Persa Trading, your trusted saffron supplier from Iran. We offer a variety of premium saffron types to suit your needs, all sourced directly from Iranian farms.

Discover a World of Flavor: Iranian Saffron Types Explained

Saffron, the “king of spices,” is respected for its exquisite flavor, vibrant color, and rich history. Here at Persa Trading, we’re passionate about bringing you the finest Iranian wholesale saffron, known for its exceptional quality and potency. But with various types available, navigating the world of saffron can be a little confusing. Don’t worry, we’re here to help!

A Visual Journey Through Iranian Saffron:


Ironed Super Negin: The pinnacle of Iranian saffron, Ironed Super Negin boasts long, thick, and perfectly straight crimson threads. It undergoes a special ironing process to ensure exceptional visual appeal and consistent quality. This prestigious saffron offers the most intense color, powerful aroma, and the highest concentration of crocin, the essence of saffron’s flavor and fragrance.

Super Negin: Imagine the crown jewel of saffron. Super Negin boasts long, thick, and uniform crimson threads meticulously hand-sorted for the highest quality. It delivers the most intense color and a powerful aroma, perfect for discerning palates.

Negin: Closely following Super Negin is Negin saffron. These threads are slightly shorter and thinner but still possess a vibrant red color and significant crocin content, the key component responsible for saffron’s taste and aroma. It’s a fantastic choice for those seeking a top-grade saffron at a slightly lower price point.

Sargol: Renowned for its deep red hue and high crocin levels, Sargol saffron is another premium variety. Its threads are shorter than Super Negin and Negin, but the intense color and aroma make it a popular choice for both culinary and medicinal uses.

Pushal: This type features longer, slender threads with a mix of red and yellow hues. Pushal saffron contains slightly less crocin compared to Sargol, Negin, and Super Negin. However, it offers a good balance between quality and affordability, making it ideal for everyday cooking.

Bunch Saffron (Dasteh): Traditionally used in some regions, bunch saffron consists of the entire saffron flower filament, including the red stigma (the most prized part), the yellow style, and even some of the white base. While less visually appealing than the other types, bunch saffron can still impart a beautiful color and subtle saffron flavor to dishes. It’s a budget-friendly option for those familiar with using the entire saffron filament.

Beyond the Basics:
While these are the main types of saffron we offer, there are others like Bunch and White Root saffron. We don’t typically recommend them for culinary purposes due to their lower crocin content and weaker flavor.

Choosing the Right Saffron:
The best saffron for you depends on your specific needs and budget. Super Negin and Negin are ideal for those seeking the most luxurious experience. Sargol and Pushal offer excellent value for everyday cooking.

Remember: When buying saffron, prioritize quality over quantity. A small amount of high-grade saffron goes a long way, infusing your dishes with its vibrant color and unmatched flavor.

Buy Saffron, Buy Iranian Saffron:

Wholesale saffron is our specialty! Explore our extensive range of bulk saffron options to find the perfect fit for your culinary creations. We offer competitive prices and ensure the highest quality Iranian saffron reaches your doorstep.

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What is the difference between saffron types?

A long saffron thread includes white, yellow, and red parts. The white part is called root, Konj, cream, or white. We cut saffron in different points to produce various types of saffron. Our workers cut saffron from the yellow part to produce Pushal saffron. It's also written Poushal, Poushali, or Pushali saffron. Pushal saffron includes all red and a little yellow part of the saffron style; so, it has less color strength than Sargol and Negin saffron cuts. Pushal saffron is also called sierra saffron in Spain. Our workers cut saffron from the trifurcation point of saffron style to produce Negin saffron. It gives us three-part red parts of saffron style. We categorize Negin grade in two main segments; Super Negin saffron includes bigger, thicker, longer, and higher color strength saffron styles rather than normal Negin saffron. The workers sift saffron to produce Sargol saffron. Sargol saffron means the top of the saffron style. It's also called Coupe saffron in Spain. The best saffron for you depends on your needs. Pushal offers affordability, while Negin provides a good balance between quality and price. Sargol is the ultimate choice for those seeking the most vibrant color and intense flavor. Remember: When it comes to saffron, a little goes a long way. High-quality saffron, like the ones we offer at Persa Trading, your trusted Iranian wholesale saffron supplier, packs a punch of flavor and color, even in small quantities.

Testing the Quality of Saffron

Assessing Color, Flavor, and Aroma

Discover how Persa Trading guarantees the fine of saffron via rigorous laboratory checking out. Join our experts as they measure the strength of critical compounds—Crocin for coloration, Pico Crocin for taste, and Safranal for aroma—using advanced spectrophotometer technology. From grinding the saffron to analyzing precise measurements, witness the meticulous manner that guarantees the authenticity and purity of our saffron merchandise. At Persa Trading, we are dedicated to handing over the best satisfaction and ensuring the delight and well-being of our clients.


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What is the price of each saffron type?

The price of saffron is in order of their grade. The most expensive type of saffron is Negin saffron, especially Super Negin grade. Then, Sargol saffron because it includes all red parts of saffron. After that, Pushal saffron, and the cheapest type of saffron is bunch type. When workers separate saffron styles from flowers, they put the saffron styles on top of each other and wrap them to produce Bunch saffron.

Which factors are affecting the saffron price?

1. Order amount: Saffron transport through air freights, and the exporter has some fixed cost to do customs formalities. So, most significant exporters are interested in working with big buyers.

2. Delivery time: Importing saffron before traditional or religious celebrations in some countries affects saffron availability. One of the essential factors in pricing saffron depends on the availability at certain times like the month of Ramadan in Islamic countries.

3. Quality: As we wrote upper, the saffron cut is essential in the pricing.

Iranian Saffron Suppliers – Product Specifications

TransportationAir Freight (Preferred), Sea Freight, Land
Shelf Life2 years after production date
Keeping ConditionCool, dry place away from sunlight (indoor warehouse preferred)
CommodityPersian Saffron
ClassNegin, Sargol, Pushal, Bunch
GradeGrade 1
Minimum Order5 kg
PackingCustomer’s Request
Supply Ability500 Kg per Month
Term Of DeliveryEXW, FSA, FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF, CPT, CIP
Payment TermTT (50% against PI, 50% against Draft BL)
DocumentsHealth Certificate, Certificate of Origin, Bill of Lading, Packing List, Invoice, etc.
Delivery Time5 – 15 Days

Frequency Ask Questions:

Insert your contenWe usually transport saffron through air freight using secure and tight cartons. It is available to send to any international airport.t here

The MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) is 5 Kg metrics.

We can pack with your brand label if you order a minimum amount.

The country of origin is Iran.

We can accept payment methods like Wire Transfer, T/T payment, Cryptocurrency transfer like USDT, and Cash in USD, AED, and Euro currencies. For more information, please contact us.

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