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Export Caper Caper Varieties: Non pareil, Surfines, Capucines, Capotes, Fines, Grusas Packed in: 250 Ltr Plastic drums, in brine (21-24/ Salt concentration), Net weight: 180kg
Export Caper


Capers are a condiment, usually pickled, that are made from the immature flower buds of the caper bush (Capparis spinosa), which grows in Mediterranean regions. Dark green buds which are sun-dried and then packed in a vinegar brine.

Sometimes capers are cured by salting rather than pickling. Cooking with capers is a matter of balancing their tangy, briny, pickly flavor against some sort of smooth, buttery or velvety flavors and textures. They're also widely used in sauce making, in salads, as a condiment or as a flavorful garnish. Capers are frequently used in conjunction withlemons. They pair well with salmon, especially smoked salmon.

Export Coriander Coriander
Export Coriander


Coriander is native to regions spanning from Southern Europe and North Africa to Southwestern Asia. It is a soft, hairless plant. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking. Coriander leaves, known as cilantro, resemble flat-leafed parsley.

Export Nigella Nigella Sortex cleaned Purity 99,5%.
Export Nigella


Nigella sativa (black caraway, also known as black cumin, nigella, and kalonji) is an annual flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae.

Nigella plants are cultivated for their seeds

Nigella seeds have little aroma though when rubbed between your fingers they give off a peppery scent.

The seeds are variously called black caraway, black seed, black cumin, fennel flower, nigella, nutmeg flower, Roman coriander, and kalonji 

Export Anise Seeds Anise Seeds Whole cleaned, purity minimum 98,5%.
Export Anise Seeds

Anise Seeds

Anise seed is used as a spice, either ground or whole. Anise essential oil and extract are also made from the seeds. The seeds are produced by the Pimpinella anisum plant, which has been cultivated in the Middle East for many centuries. The seeds are small, brownish gray, and slightly curved, with an aroma of licorice.

Anise has a licorice flavor that is sweet, mildly spicy, and very aromatic. This flavor is produced by anethole, an organic compound related to estragole, which produces flavors in tarragon and basil.

Export Laurel Leaves Laurel Leaves Hand picked selected, Hand semi selected, Standard selected.
Export Laurel Leaves

Laurel Leaves

Laurus nobilis is an aromatic evergreen tree or large shrub with green, glabrous (smooth and hairless) leaves, in the flowering plant family Lauraceae. It is native to the Mediterranean region and is used as bay leaf for seasoning in cooking. Its common names include bay tree, bay laurel, sweet bay, true laurel, Grecian laurel, or simply Laurel.

It's originated in Asia Minor but later on it spread to the Mediterranean and other countries with suitable climates. Today we serve this historical leave to you with the highest production standards from the collection to drying and selecting periods.

The Hand Selection is the highest level in the production of this product and perfect raw Laurel Leaves are not enough far this unique production, alsa extremely high experienced selecting team is the indispensable key of this puzzle.

Export Dried Figs Dried Figs
Export Dried Figs

Dried Figs

Dried figs are rounded with their superposed stems and pores, and aligned side by side or one on top of the other.

Dried Figs contain vitamin A, C, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Figs have many advantages for human life. They produce energy, have good effects for liver, they do great job for lowering high blood pressure, also they have positive effects for diabetes because of a insulin-lowering fact. Additionally, figs have very important role in fighting and protecting from cancer.


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  • 24x500 g  carton trays
  • 30x400 g  foam trays
  • 48x250 g  foam trays
Export Almonds Almonds
Export Almonds


The almond tree is closely related to several other well known fruit trees such as apricots, cherries, peaches and plums. In fact, they all are species in the genus Prunus. Like most commercial edible nuts, almonds are predominantly cultivated in orchards. Notably, the pollination of the trees is carried out by bees during bloom, during which the weather should remain dry for a good crop. Irrigation of the orchards will be necessary during dry season. Once the almonds have fallen off the trees naturally, they are mechanically collected and taken to the processing plant.

Almonds and its sub products have a variety of uses; in the food industry for instance, whole shelled sweet almonds are consumed as a snack, either raw or roasted and salted; shelled sweet almonds (whole, in pieces or as meal) natural or blanched, are used as an ingredient in the bakery and confectionary industry (where they are sometimes used to add texture and flavour); sweet almond meal is the main ingredient for the production of marzipan amongst many other applications. Also relevant is almond oil for cosmetics and other minor applications. In the other hand, bitter almonds and its oil are mostly used in cooking and cosmetics.

Noticing that the Syrian almond contains high oil percentage making it very asked in the cosmetic industry (shampoo, creams…)

Export Pistachio Pistachio
Export Pistachio


Pistachio trees originally come from the Middle East, Persia (Iran), Syria, Turkey, and Greece where dry lands and desert climates are available. Pistachio trees have been cultivated for more than three thousands years. Pistachio trees planted in orchards need approximately seven to ten years to reach maturity.

Export Crushed Lentils Crushed Lentils
Export Crushed Lentils

Crushed Lentils

Split red lintels: (Also known as: Lentille,  Masoor, Mercimek)
Split red lentils are made from splitting the whole red lentil. The skin is removed and the remaining reddish-orange seed is then split into two halves.

Export Mahleb Seeds Mahleb Seeds Purity 99.9%
Export Mahleb Seeds

Mahleb Seeds

  • The tree is native in the Mediterranean region
  • It is cultivated for a spice obtained from the seeds inside the cherry stones. The seed has a strong bitter taste that, in parts of the Mediterranean, is dried, ground and used as a spice in breads and pastries.
  • Prunus mahaleb is a deciduous Tree growing to 9 m (29ft) by 9 m (29ft).
  • Used as a rootstock for the cultivated cherries
  • Flowers bloom in mid spring and are pollinated mainly by bees and insects.
  • The species is grown as an ornamental tree for its strongly fragrant flowers. 
Export Cumin Seeds Cumin Seeds Main trade varieties: whole and fine grounded, whole cleaned 1% impurities, Sortex cleaned 0,5% impurities.
Export Cumin Seeds

Cumin Seeds


Cumin is the dried seed of the herb Cuminum Cyminum a member of the parsley family which is cultivated for its seeds, either whole or ground.

Cumin seeds are strong, spicy and curry – like with acrid but warm depth. It tastes similar to caraway. However, it is much hotter.

Cumin has a rich, slightly bitter, spicy pungency, particularly once ground.

Cumin has been in use as a spice for thousands of years. Seeds excavated at the Syrian site Tell ed – Der were dated to the second millennium BC.

In Syria, Cumin is sown from mid-November until mid – December (extensions up to mid – January are possible) and harvested in June / July.

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