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Iran: Startup Easing Saffron Farmers’ Market Access

Keshmoon helps customers purchase good quality saffron, along with several other farm products, directly from farmers. The startup is gradually gaining traction with Iranians
Iran: Startup Easing Saffron Farmers’ Market Access
Iran: Startup Easing Saffron Farmers’ Market Access

A major Iranian startup Keshmoon has been able to attract a new round of investment to expand operations. 
Based in South Khorasan Province, Keshmoon (literally meaning sowing) helps create a direct bridge between local saffron farmers and consumers while promoting exports, reported.
During a meeting held in Tehran late last week, the Iranian export company Persol Corporation and a member of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, Farzin Fardis, jointly signed an investment contract with startup managers. The investment is hoped to help Keshmoon expand its business and target market.
Established in 2017 by Qaempanah brothers, Hamzeh and Mohammad, Keshmoon aims to secure a better future for the saffron industry by establishing a reliable source of income for farmers.


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