Premium quality saffron from local Afghan farmers. Our product is 100% genuine saffron with no additives. Fresh from the latest harvest. Negin quality as a minimum.
This product is provided in RETAIL PACKAGING (see photos) of 1g, 2g. For bulk packaging orders please look here.
Our saffron is grown by and sourced from local farmers in Herat province of Afghanistan, area with ideal conditions for saffron plant. We work with our farmers directly and source from them only highest quality hand picked and traditionally dried saffron strands.
Afghan saffron is ideal for your favourite dishes as well as experimenting with new tastes. Achieve the classic rich saffron colour and taste of your rice dishes or other savoury recipes with ease; amaze your guests with unique dessert flavours (we swear by vanilla and saffron combination!). Or why not throw a saffron strand or two into your tea pot for subtle, exotic alternative to your usual favourite.
Certificate of Analysis
The sample picture shows a certificate of analysis which indicates that much of our saffron is of or higher than "Premium" quality of ISO 3632. Unless specifically requested (may require surcharge), the certificate is not included with orders of less than 1kg of saffron.
Our saffron is also free from quarantined pests, and practically free from other injurious pests making it ideal for importing to countries with stricter phythosanitary controls. Unless specifically requested (may require surcharge), the certificate is not included with orders of less than 1kg of saffron.
Making a Difference!
When you hear Afghanistan the first thing that comes to mind is not usually saffron. But this precious spice could bring major economic and social advantages to Afghanistan bringing independence and peace to the region. Your order is helping too as you are not only directly supporting a local saffron producing families but we also donate 10% of our saffron sales revenue to AfghanAid, a British humanitarian and development organisation dedicated to improve livelihoods of the most deprived Afghan communities.