Sun Dried Barberry

Sun dried barberry is widely available in Iran. These products are bought and sold on a daily basis. Merchants can purchase these products and use them for commercial products

Sun Dried Barberry

Minimum order quantity of Sun Dried Barberry

Minimum order quantity of Sun Dried Barberry The barberry, known under the scientific name of berberis vulgaris, was systematically eradicated from the French fields throughout the 19th century.

Indeed, it was conducive to the development of wheat rust, a disease shunned by farmers. For this reason, it only lasted in the mountainous regions of France where its green and red berries, leaves and bark were used.

Today there is a lot of Top Quality Barberry in Iran, in the Khorasan region, where it naturally occupies the plateaus. In this area known to saffron aficionados, the barberry, called  “zereshk” , is dried and traditionally mixed with fish, eggs, white meat and rice.

The proof is in the recipe for  “zereshk polow” , rice with chicken and barberry. The barberry, which was already used in ancient Egypt against fever, has digestive properties and turns out to be an ally of the liver and heart. Known for its bittersweet flavor and tangy taste, this little nut encourages sweet and savory dishes!

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Quality Grades of Sun Dried Barberry

Quality Grades of Sun Dried Barberry The berries that the fruit gives have an acid and delicious flavor, in addition to being rich in vitamins and being very beneficial for health. The berries redden when ripe and are oval. They are usually eaten as dried fruit, although it is also common to find it in certain dishes of Iranian cuisine and other areas of Southwest Asia to accompany rice and meat. 

seedless barberry also traditionally used to make jams in Europe, and today in pastries such as semolina cakes, biscuits or crumbles. Barberry has been used as a medicinal plant for centuries, although only using the root and fruits. 

Barberry is a condiment that contains a nutritional value that is characterized by concentrating mainly on carbohydrates and sugar content. 

the amount of fat it has is very low, as are its proteins, calculating that for a serving of one hundred grams contributes 327 kilo calories, which provides about 1 gram of lipids, of which at least 0.4 correspond to saturated fats. 

while the carbohydrates it has are equivalent to 63.6 grams, the sugars contained are equivalent to 46.6 grams, the fiber it incorporates is equivalent at 11.9 grams and its protein reaches close to 3.4 grams.