Export Persian kiwi to Middle East

Iran is the biggest producer of kiwis in the Middle East, and the 4th largest producer in the world after China, Italy and New Zealand. As a result of being the biggest producer in the region, a lot of Iranian and foreign international fruit companies export Persian kiwi to Middle East and neighboring countries.

Persian kiwis are one of the best exotic fruits of the world, which are full of different nutrients and vitamins. Each 100 grams of green kiwis contain 154 percentage of Vitamin C, which is almost twice that of lemons and oranges. They are also a great source of dietary fiber, which helps in the prevention of numerous diseases including heart diseases.

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Kiwi is a popular fruit in the Middle East

Today, thanks to the lots and lots of promotions on the internet, kiwis are one of the most popular fruits in the world and Middle East. Kiwis were not known to the world as much as today up until thirty years ago. But over the past few decades, there have been a lot of countries like Italy, Iran, and New Zealand which have cultivated them on very large commercial scales.
These days they have become a part of every fruit market in the world and enjoyed by all types of people. Persian kiwis produced in Iran are the number one supplier of the Middle Eastern markets. They are very popular in these countries and all of them import kiwis on large scales.

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Kiwi producing countries in Asia

Nearly 70% of the world’s kiwis produced in Asia by some major countries. China dominates the production with more than 2.4 million tons of kiwis every year. Even the China is the biggest producer of kiwis in the world, New Zealand stands in the first place of the largest exporters.
Kiwis are very popular among the Chinese people and also the high population of China results in most of the kiwis being consumed within the country. Iran is the second biggest producer in Asia. Persian kiwis on the other hand exported to many countries, especially the Middle East region.

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Annual Kiwi Production in Iran

According to FAO, there around 4.5 million tons of kiwis produced in the world every year. China is the biggest producer and the origin country of kiwis with 56% of the global production. Following China are Italy and New Zealand, which account for 12.2 and 10.2% of the global production respectively.
Iran stands in the fourth place with the annual production of nearly 300000 tons of fresh farm kiwis every year. Persian kiwi production accounts for around 7% of the total global kiwis. These kiwis also mostly grown organically in the farms in the north of the country.

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Persian kiwi exports from Iran

Iranian kiwis mostly imported by the Middle Eastern and neighboring countries. Two of the main rivals of Iran in the kiwi exporting business are Italy and New Zealand. Italy mostly exports its products among the other European countries.
New Zealand on the other hand is in the southern hemisphere and its harvesting season is different from the Persian kiwis. So because of these, Iran remains the number one supplier of kiwis among the Middle Eastern countries. Other countries like Russia import these amazing Iranian fruits on very large scales every harvesting season as well.

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Buy Persian kiwi in the Middle East

Kiwis require a humid and cool environment in order to grow, and these climates are hard to come by in the Middle East. The northern Iran has the perfect cool humid climate for making some of the finest kiwis in the world. These Persian kiwis perfect for fresh consumption and exported on large scale to many countries of the world.
Other Middle Eastern countries have no or very little kiwi production and prefer to supply their markets from Iran. There are a few reasons for this high interest and imports from Iran. First is the high quality and the amazing organic nature of the Iranian kiwis. Also the short distance between the countries will decrease the transportation costs and make the process more profitable.

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