Per Weight, Saffron is one
Per Weight, Saffron is one of the most expensive commodities in the world. Fraudulent saffron sellers are on the rise, we put this video together to educate and teach our customers how they can test their Saffron at home. Want to know if you purchased the real thing? Watch this short video to learn more about these simple steps for distinguishing fake vs real saffron.
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Thanks for educational. Afghanistan has the best saffarran ?
I bought saffron which has the high quality as shown here from zaran, but why does it smell so much like petrol or plastic? Even the food tasted so bitter and unpleasant. Is that a sign of fake product?
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Even in the expensive
Even in the expensive world of spices, saffron stands out. Real saffron can cost you over $10,000 per kilogram. No machine can do the delicate work required to harvest these thin threads. It can take 40 hours of hard manual labor to produce just 1 kilogram of high-quality saffron.
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Why Real Saffron Is So Expensive | So Expensive
I am very surprised that Bussiness Insider fail to mention about the Saffron cultivated in Afghanistan which holds the highest quality in the international market. I am not sure whether it was on 2019 or 2020 that in a competition against other countries in Brussels afghan saffron got the first postion. Maybe Business Insider should dig deeper and give more accurate info.
Pardon my ignorance, but is there any other way to get value/ purpose from the crop? Do the saffron petals not have a use?
I'm disappointed that they are we using an old episode.
Kashmiri saffron stands out if you mix it with tonnes of other saffron