Tara Trade

About Dates

Dates or Phoenix (scientific name: Phoenix dactylifera) is a monocotyledonous and tropical plant of your main island, which is an edible fruit and has a hard and thin skin and a sweet taste that is protected and larger in the form of clusters for larger hanging branches. Palm height reaches 10 to 20 meters or more.

Date production is mainly in the northern hemisphere and in Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries in the Persian Gulf can be higher than in North Africa and the United States and is found in the southern hemisphere.

Our company has the ability to export all types of dates to the customer's desired quantity with packaging and bulk.

In Iran, dates are grown on an area of 184 thousand hectares with an annual production of 875 thousand tons. Also more than 400 cultivars have been re-ported from Iran and in this regard, it is placed first in the world.
Different types of dates are produced in Iran and exported to other countries There are two common types of dried dates and soft dates, each of which has its own distinctive properties with different types in its subset.
As you know, dates are grown in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world..
Our Pakages
of Dates
The best product of our company, which is Medjool dates in packaging. It is known as the queen of dates! It is sweet, big, delicious and has a soft texture. Medjool dates are very famous in America and are used for a smoothie and shake production. water, soil and genetic resources are fundamentals of stable development in agriculture but the most of the activities are focused on higher efficiency of genetic resources due to some water and soil obstacles in Iran. Introduction of a desire date cultivar for a spe-cific region needs at least 20 years with current technologies that includes 12 years for research programs on compatibility, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and 8 years for extension of recommended cultivars in date plantations. In spite of above advantages of date production in Iran, there are few commercial cultivars in the country.