The date palm may be the world's oldest food-producing plant known to humans. Today commercial palms are grown in large irrigated stands. Date is harvested on 180,000 hectares of groves in Iran. The date crop in Iran for all species (dried, semi-dried and fresh) during the farming year 1999-2000 was over one million tons. Iran shares 20 percent or so of the world date production and is the largest date producer in the world.
Iran produces 200,000 tons of dried date, 600,000 tons of semi-dried or fresh-to-dry date, and 200,000 tons of fresh date in its 180,000 hectares of palm groves mostly situated in the provinces of Kerman, Bushehr, Khuzestan, Fars, Sistan-Baluchestan, Yazd, Kermanshah, Hormozgan and Simnan.


Rabbi Dates 

Rabbi is a semi-dry brown to black date with moisture of below 15%. The product could be restored and consumed for almost a year if it is held out of direct sunlight and processed and packed correctly.The origin of this date is Sistan-Balouchestan and Kerman province which are located in the south east of Iran.
The harvest of Rabbi Dates starts in August and is completed in approximately 2 months

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Piarom Dates

Also known as Piyarom or Maryami, this date is a product of Hormozgan in southern Iran. Its color is dark brown and it falls in the category of semi-dry dates. The natural shelf time of this product is approximately two years in room temperature.
The harvest time of Piarom starts in mid September.

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Mazafati Dates

With moisture between 15 to 35% Mazafati is a date full of nectar and very delicious. It is categorized as a fresh date. Its color is dark violet to black and its origin is Fars, Sistan and mostly Bam in the Kerman province.
In Iran harvesting time, depending to the variety, starts from August and last to the end of October.

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