Collection: Wholesale

Organic raisins, almonds, pine nuts from Uzbekistan/Afghanistan - Wholesale

Our company Sarmatian Group LLC is glad to cooperate with you and is ready to offer the Black Raisins, produced in Uzbekistan, on the terms of delivery. Raisins are the main export position of Uzbekistan in the category of "dried fruits“, as well as fresh grapes in the category of ”fresh fruits" in terms of export revenue. Raisins are one of the most common and useful types of dried fruits. Uzbek black raisins are made from grape varieties harvested in Central Asia, has a bluish coating, so it is often called not dark or black, but blue raisins. Uzbek black raisins have a tart-sweet taste, rich aroma, has no seeds. Raisins should be stored in glass or paper, at room temperature and average humidity for up to six months. Our raisins are made from premium grape varieties. We can offer positions on different varieties of raisins depending on your preferences.

Almonds Uzbekistan

Almonds in Uzbekistan grow in wild conditions in mountains and hilly areas, and using melt water, mountain rivers from the ridges of Uzbekistan. The almond tree is considered to be one of the most beautiful blooms, with lush white flowers and a pink center. But the harvest itself takes place in the autumn, September. There are more than 30 types of varieties of almonds, which gives the flavor and inimitability to the midsection from Uzbekistan. Uzbek almonds are known to be the most delicious and sweet kernels due to favorable conditions for its flowering and growth; it has an exquisite taste and a considerable presence of oiliness, which cannot be, for example, in almonds of Californian origin.

Moreover, almonds are widely used in the perfume industry, especially in leading European countries. As it is the loved nut in the whole world. It is impossible to imagine the modern magnificent wedding cake without topping delicious almond chips, and the basis of these almond chips – the kernels of Uzbek almonds. And what about everyone’s lovely almond pastries, where to use the almond flour, cream and flakes or almond milk? All of these are produced and baked from natural sweet organic almonds or almond oil, which are exported in bulk/wholesale from Uzbekistan to all European countries.

The usage of almonds: 

  • Butter
  • Pastries / bakery products
  • Paste
  • Flour
  • Porridge / muesli

Pine nuts in Afghanistan

Pinus Gerardiana, known as the chilgoza pine or Neja is a pine native to the northwestern Himalayas in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, Waziristan and northwestern India, growing at elevations between 1800 and 3350 meters.


Pine nut is a generalized name for the seeds of several species of plants from the genus Pine, the so-called cedar pines, which give edible seeds. Pine nuts are small, pale yellow seeds with a bright taste, they are almost always sold peeled from the shell. The piquant taste of pine nuts becomes brighter if they are fried when they begin to secrete oil.

Eating pine nuts allows you to compensate for the "protein hunger" for those who have switched to a vegetarian diet. The vegetable protein of pine nuts is perfectly balanced and in composition is close to the proteins of human tissue and is absorbed by the body by 99%. Another factor determining the high nutritional value of pine nuts is that pine nuts contain almost all essential amino acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, mineral elements. Being a natural food product, pine nuts have no contraindications for use both for food and for therapeutic and prophylactic purposes. Pine nuts are especially useful for immunodeficiency conditions, allergic diseases, atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, including peptic ulcer and cholelithiasis.


Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice in terms of weight. The spice is actually the dried stigma (tiny threadlike strands) of the “Crocus sativus Linnaeus”. Each stigma is very small, and tens of thousands of individual strands go into a single ounce of the spice; since the stigmas are hand-picked from the individual flowers, saffron high cost becomes more understandable
Saffron is originally native of the Mediterranean area, Asia Minor, Iran, and Afghanistan. Nowadays many farmers cultivate saffron and some private companies work on processing, packing and exporting of Afghan Saffron.
The main saffron cultivation areas in Afghanistan is in western parts of the country, The Herat province has managed to achieve an excellent position on the production and export of saffron over these years, To the extent that some 90% of saffron production in Afghanistan is obtained from there .The Ghoryan and Poshton Zarghon region in this province is well known for its quality saffron.
The western part of Afghanistan has an especially suitable environment for its cultivation. The land area under cultivation in Herat Province is estimated 1500 hectares. In Afghanistan Farmers don’t use the Chemical material for cultivation and it is 100% organic production.

To request a commercial offer, we ask you to provide a Letter of Intent indicating the grade, caliber and quantity of requesting quantity.


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