Iran's Top Brands Announced
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran's Top Brands Announced

Trade Promotion Organization of Iran introduced top Iranian brands for the current Iranian year (ending March 20, 2017) in a ceremony on Sunday.

Eighteen brands were chosen from among 280 companies based on compliance with international standards in a public survey carried out in the capital Tehran and 10 other provinces, IRNA reported.

The selected top brands were Butane (heating appliances), Mashhad Carpet, Sunich, Namino and Delpazir (food), Taj and Softlan (detergent), Pars Khazar (household appliances), Kalleh, Pegah and Mihan (dairy products), Oila and Ladan (vegetable oil), Zar Macaron and Tak Makaron (spaghetti), Minoo and Shirin Asal (confectionery) and Hacoupian (apparel).

TPO, affiliated to the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade with close ties to the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran, is in charge of boosting Iran’s foreign trade and supporting Iran’s small- and medium-sized enterprises.

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