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Dried Walnut


Originating from Iran, exclusively produced in Iran and perfectly organic by growth of small bitter walnuts trees out of man’s hand, without any fertilizer, free from pesticide and herbicide and any chemical residue, the growth region is in Mountains Where located in Iran, using of this commodity instead of usual bitter walnut is increasing in all industries such as Food, cosmetic, chemical,… due to its organic quality and attractive price. Small bitter walnut Kernels are 100% bitter kernels.

Walnut Kernels: Manufacturer/ Exporter Quality: top quality
Inner packing: Vacuum bag
Outer packing: Carton, woven bag or according to customers' requirements

Contact information

Adderss:
Unit#E,2nd Floor No.55,Allameh Tower, North Allameh St, East Sarv St.kaj Square,Saadat-Abad Ave,Tehran, Iran

Post code :
1997855449

Tel:
+9821 - 22365723 +9821 - 22365724

Fax:
+9821 – 89774992

info@irandriedfruit.com

Cultivation and uses of walnut

The Persian Walnut was introduced into western and northern Europe very early, by Roman times or earlier, and to the Americas by the 17th century. It is cultivated extensively for its high-quality nuts, eaten both fresh and pressed for their richly flavoured oil; numerous cultivars have been selected for larger and thin-shelled nuts.
The wood is also of very high quality - similar to American Black Walnut - and is used to make furniture and rifle stocks.

Etymology and other names

The scientific name Juglans is from Latin jovis glans, "Jupiter's nut", and regia, "royal". It common name, Persian walnut, indicates its origins in Persia in southwest Asia; 'walnut' derives from the Germanic wal- for "foreign", recognising that it is not a nut native to northern Europe.
Other names include Walnut (which does not distinguish the tree from other species of Juglans), Common Walnut and English Walnut, the latter name possibly because English sailors were prominent in Juglans regia nut distribution at one time.

Folklore

In Skopelos Greece, an island in the Aegean Sea, local legend suggests that whoever plants a walnut tree will die as soon as the tree can "see" the sea. This has not been proven as fact, however it might take some time to find a local arborist willing to take on the job of planting a walnut tree. Most planting is done by field rats.

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