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- Table of contents:
- Export of saffron to Europe
- Saffron price in Europe and Belgium
- Calculating the price of saffron
- Factors on price of saffron
- Contract to buy saffron
- Saffron in Europe
Saffron export to Europe
Exporting saffron to Europe and entering the city of Brussels is very important for traders.
Saffron is exported to Europe and Belgium by the Almas Saffron Jahan and Saffron King business Companies in Europe.
Here, the price of saffron in Europe is given to you in Tomans and dollars and krone.
Saffron price in Europe and Belgium
The price of saffron in Europe is in krone.
One-gram packages are sold on Belgian store sites for between 7 and 9 euros. In some shops, two grams of saffron are sold for 16 euros.
If you want to buy in bulk, Prices of saffron in Europe are definitely lower.
Sales price of saffron and products of Almas Saffron Jahan and Saffron King business Companies in Europe and Belgium for Negin exporting saffron per kilo is 994€.up to 1,500 €,
Calculating the price of saffron
But how much is the exporting saffron in Europe?
The price of exporting saffron in Iran and in Belgian market (and of course in any other country) depends on various factors.
It is not a precise and valid basis for anyone to tell you exactly what price you can sell in Europe and Belgium.
Factors on price of saffron
Because the price of saffron is determined by the factors that are:
1.Type of saffron
2. The quality of saffron
3. Saffron standards
4. Saffron packaging
5. The amount of saffron trade
6. Methods of sending to Europe and Belgium
7. Saffron delivery method in Belgium
Contract to buy saffron
8. Buyer of saffron in Belgium (real or legal)
9. Contract duration
10. Type of contract
11. Saffron brand power
12. Services provided by the company or the seller
13. Methods and principles of marketing and negotiation
Sale of saffron in Europe
Belgium is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and the World Trade Organization.
Iran’s sanctions severely affect trade relations between Iran and Europe and Belgium.
So that the statistics show a decrease in relations and a sharp decline in Iran’s exports.
The professor of economics at the University of Belgium blames EU sanctions on Iran for the decline.
For these reasons, Iranian companies have many obstacles to exporting different types of saffron to Europe and Belgium.