Exports of Conserves Exceed $37m
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran Conserves Exports Exceed $37m

More than 22,700 tons of jam, jelly and marmalade worth close to $37.4 million were exported in the last Iranian year that ended on March 20, 2017, according to data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
These Iranian products were exported to 35 countries, of which Afghanistan, Iraq, Australia, Germany, the US, Turkey, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, the UK, Norway, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic were the main destinations, Mizan Online News Agency, affiliated to the Iranian Judiciary, reported.

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