Sayer dates is cultivated exclusively and mainly in Iran. Sayer date, which is also known as Estameran, is also widely used in the industrial sector in addition to its domestic use. For example, in the confectionery industry, it is used as a sweetener and dough. In other industries, juice, vinegar and other products of this date are used. These features make it as very good commercial product in markets in European countries and Australia, Canada. Estameran dates have a dark reddish brown color and are oval in appearance with a very thin skin.




HS CODE : 08041010




Moisture :  bellow 18 % ( refer to iranian standard ISIRI )
Description :   known as Stamaran , thin skin
Taste :   sweet
Color :   dark brown to reddish
Type :   dry
Flavor :   naturally sweet dates without foreign taste
Chemical and artificial additive :  No , ( 100%  Natural , Gluten free , Veg )
SHELF LIFE  / STORAGE CONDITION : below ( -5°C ) :18 months -24 months

 At room temperature : 1-3 months (based on humidity condition )




Super select : 75 dates in 450 Gr
Select : 75 to 80 dates in 450 Gr
B grade : 80 to 90 dates in 450 Gr
GAQ : 90 to 110 dates in 450 Gr
FAQ : 110 dates in 450 Gr


Packing in Bulk : 5 Kg / 10 Kg  carton
Consumer packing
There is possibility to packed with the customer’s brand
HARVEST TIME   :  Mid September till October
SHIPMENT 20ʹ FCL 13  MT   (Net Weight )
40ʹ FCL 25  MT   (Net Weight )
PLACE OF ORIGINKhuzestan province

There is a high amount of natural sugar in Estameran date, which makes it the sweetest date among other dates.


Sayer dates, like other dates, are a rich source of energy, and due to the presence of many minerals and vitamins in its composition, it can be eaten during the day when you are hungry.

Sayer dates have very high nutrients, including vitamins, sugars and minerals.

This date is an excellent source of iron that can be very useful for people with anemia.

It is also a rich source of antioxidants that contain antioxidants that reduce the risk of cancer.

Manganese in Sayer dates improves gastrointestinal function.

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Nutritional fact

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Dates are generally classified into different grades in terms of size and number in their weight. Sayer dates have a wide variety in size, which is therefore divided into five categories:

  • Super select
  • Select
  • B grade
  • GAQ
  • FAQ


Harvesting time and place

The highest rate of cultivation of Sayer dates is in Khuzestan province with the highest number of the Sayer palms. Also, this fruit is harvested from the end of September until October.

Storage condition

Sayer dates have low moisture, so it does not need to be stored in a cold environment and therefore, it can be stored at room temperature for several months.

However, for better storage, to prevent rot and accumulation of insects in the date, it is recommended to maintain it in a dry and cold environment (cold storage) for a long time.

For example, these dates can be stored at -5 ° C for up to 18 months.

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Since other dates are mostly used for industrial purposes and are bought in bulk, these dates are generally packaged in bulk.

Customized packaging is one of the competitive advantages of the Kimia Gold Company.


Kimia Gold Company with many years of practical experience in exporting date and other products can cover all stages of shipping and delivery of dates to all over the world, in the forms of CFR, CPT, FOB, and FCA, depending on customers’ requirements.

Note: For better storage and ensuring that the dates are safe to carry in hot seasons, they must be transported in a refrigerated container.

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It is also possible to trade currencies such as US Dollar, Euro AED, INR and other currencies.

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