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Best Iranian saffron. The world's most expensive spice . Shipping fee included.100% organic and natural with the best colour and flavour.

2 grams of fully organic Iranian Saffron in 1gr packs. 

The money you pay is for 2grms of the highest quality saffron in the market with no additional colour or preservative including shipment NZ wide. You will receive two 1gram packs.
Priced cheaper than the shelf price of famous NZ supermarkets.  check the
link: https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/73964002/null



More about Saffron: 
Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the "saffron crocus". The vivid crimson stigmas and styles, called threads, are collected and dried to be used mainly as a seasoning and colouring agent in food. Saffron, long among the world's most costly spices by weight. 
Iran is responsible for around 90–93% of global production and much of their produce is exported 

Dried saffron is composed of 65% carbohydrates, 6% fat, 11% protein (table) and 12% water. 

In comparison to other spices or dried foods, the nutrient content of dried saffron shows the richness of nutritional value across B vitamins and dietary minerals (table). In a serving of one tablespoon (2 grams), manganese is present as 28% of the Daily Value while other nutrients are negligible (table). 

Keywords: 
Saffron, spice, Iranian saffron, food colour, food colour  

2 grams of fully organic Iranian Saffron in 1gr packs. 

The money you pay is for 2grms of the highest quality saffron in the market with no additional colour or preservative including shipment NZ wide. You will receive two 1gram packs.
Priced cheaper than the shelf price of famous NZ supermarkets.  check the
link: https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/73964002/null



More about Saffron: 
Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the "saffron crocus". The vivid crimson stigmas and styles, called threads, are collected and dried to be used mainly as a seasoning and colouring agent in food. Saffron, long among the world's most costly spices by weight. 
Iran is responsible for around 90–93% of global production and much of their produce is exported 

Dried saffron is composed of 65% carbohydrates, 6% fat, 11% protein (table) and 12% water. 

In comparison to other spices or dried foods, the nutrient content of dried saffron shows the richness of nutritional value across B vitamins and dietary minerals (table). In a serving of one tablespoon (2 grams), manganese is present as 28% of the Daily Value while other nutrients are negligible (table). 

Keywords: 
Saffron, spice, Iranian saffron, food colour, food colour  

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