Azil Organic Piarom Dates
Piarom dates, also known as Maryami dates or ‘chocolate dates’, are arguably one of the most delicious semi-dried varieties of dates in the world. Piarom dates are unique in taste and appearance and are considered one of the most expensive varieties of date as their production is not in large quantities and there are very few areas in Iran which can yield this kind of high grade date.
Iranian Piarom dates are long, slender, oval dates, with thin skin and almost black in color. They are around 3-5cm in size (larger than other date varieties), and are considered semi-dried due to their low moisture content of less than 15%, lower than other varieties of dates.
The palm on which the piarom date grows is typically cultivated in mountain ranges and irrigated basin areas.
Annually, Iran produces close to one million tons of date fruit. There are 400 different types, 50 of which are well known in international markets and are exported throughout the world. Piarom is one major species of fresh date and has a huge annual yield. Piarom dates are grown organically in a chemical-free process. Primarily, this variety of date is consumed in domestic markets, but due to increased production in recent years, steps have been taken towards exporting also.
Piarom dates are commercially available and, due to their high quality and popularity with customers, have become a special export date in Iran, attracting the most of prominent of international markets. In fact, Piarom dates are the best and highest quality export date in Iran.
For the time being, our Piarom dates are exported on large scale to many countries including UAE, Russia, Qatar, India, Turkey, China, Sweden, Austria and etc. with various packing as retail and bulk packing.
Piarom dates can be kept for 18 months under interim fumigation. Piarom dates should be kept out of the sun, at temperatures between 10-20°C.
Pitted or unpitted, Piarom dates can be consumed directly, particularly as nuts with shelled nuts. Piarom dates can be seeded and stuffed, or chopped and used in a variety of ways such as in cereals, puddings, bread, cakes, cookies, ice cream and candy bars. Surplus dates can be made into cubes, pastes, spread, powder (date sugar), jam, jelly, juice, syrup, vinegar and alcohol.
Like all other varieties of Iranian date fruit, the Piarom date is loaded with essential nutrients, including – amongst others – vitamins (A, B, C and E), minerals, iron, potassium, magnesium, manganese, protein, fibre, carbohydrates and simple sugars.
100g of Piarom dates contains approximately 70% carbohydrates, 2.2% protein and 0.6% fat. 100g of Piarom dates contain approximately 300 calories; however, fresh Piarom dates contain about 160 calories.
Harvest method: manual
*Bulk ( Each Carton ) : 10 Kgr
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