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Our green airtight pouches with foil lining are intended to protect the saffron inside from moisture and light and to maximise its shelf life.

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By paying for this product, you help to boost a farmer’s income by 30%, and it is a fair trade for farmers to achieve sustainable agriculture. By farmer empowerment, we aim to develop sustainable agriculture in the region.

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Hur Saffron is dedicated to providing its customers products from single origin. All the products certified based on FDA lab results. All lab results and evidence of certificates can be sent to the buyer if requested.

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  • What makes a good Saffron?

    What makes a good Saffron?

    affron is the harvested stigma of the autumn crocus flower, also known as the saffron crocus. Each flower produces only three stigma at a time, meaning it takes between 50,000 and 75,000 flowers to produce just 1 pound of saffron spice. To put it another way, that pinch of saffron you’re throwing in your paella? Those twenty-ish stigma have come from seven different flowers.

    The difference between real and fake saffron could be sometimes less obvious. Fake saffron which is often coloured with red food colouring or other foreign substances will either lack flavour entirely or have a bitter metallic taste. On the other hand, real saffron will have a strong floral scent and the will have a floral and earthy taste, the kind of flavour you’re looking for saffron to impart.

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  • 10 Impressive Health Benefits of Saffron

    10 Impressive Health Benefits of Saffron

    Saffron contains an impressive variety of plant compounds that act as antioxidants — molecules that protect your cells against free radicals and oxidative stress.

    Notable saffron antioxidants include crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol.

    Crocin and crocetin are carotenoid pigments and responsible for saffron’s red color. Both compounds may have antidepressant properties, protect brain cells against progressive damage, improve inflammation, reduce appetite, and aid weight loss.

     

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  • Six tests to identify real/pure saffron

    Six tests to identify real/pure saffron
    by Laura from mother would know 
    1. Smell– Many authorities describe the smell of saffron as sweet. I would say it reminds me of paella – a distinctive smell that is not entirely sweet. Rather, I find it both sweet and husky. It is no surprise that saffron brings paella to mind. That dish include saffron in the rice and the addition of the spice gives paella an unforgettable aroma. For examples of how to use saffron in paella rice, check out this seafood paella or this chicken, mushroom and shrimp paella, both from José Andres.
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