Farm Products

TAAVOUN is a facilitator and distributor of farm products from Iran, Turkey, and India, specializing in bulk production and global distribution. It serves as a link between regional producers and worldwide consumers, offering products under its brand or custom branding.

With a focus on harnessing the agricultural richness of these countries, TAAVOUN ensures bulk availability and quality in a variety of farm products, from fresh produce to grains and spices. The company’s strength lies in forming partnerships with local farms, streamlining production, maintaining quality standards, and facilitating customized packaging and branding for clients.

TAAVOUN’s global reach allows them to ship these products internationally, promoting the agricultural heritage of the regions and meeting global market demands. Their commitment to quality, reliability, and collaborative partnerships establishes them as a key player in distributing farm products from Iran, Turkey, and India to a global audience.

Edible Seeds:
  • Sunflower.
  • Nigella.
  • Fennel.
  • Poppy.
  • Cilantro (coriander)
  • Borage.
  • Pumpkin.
  • Quinoa.

We are proud to work with local farmers who share our passion for organic growing methods, ensuring that every nut we offer is not only delicious, but also environmentally conscious. Whether you are looking for the rich taste of Iranian pistachios, cashews or the distinct taste of Turkish hazelnuts, our company is ready to meet your major needs.

Our extensive network allows us to maintain a stable supply chain and guarantee the freshness and quality of our products throughout the year. From small businesses to larger corporations, we offer a variety of sizes to suit your needs, all while maintaining competitive pricing.

Partner with us for a sustainable and reliable source of organic nuts and experience the natural richness that our offerings bring to your table. Get in touch to explore the possibilities of a fruitful collaboration.”

Different Types of Pastes:

Tomato Paste: Concentrated tomatoes cooked down to a thick paste, used to add depth and richness to sauces, soups, and stews.

Pomegranate paste, also known as pomegranate molasses or concentrated pomegranate juice, is a thick, syrupy reduction made from pomegranate juice. It’s created by boiling down the juice to a thick, tangy, and slightly sweet paste. This paste is commonly used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines to add a unique and vibrant flavor to dishes.

Orange paste offers a strong, concentrated orange flavor that can be more intense than using fresh orange zest or juice alone. It contains the essential oils and citrusy notes found in the orange peel.

Herbal Products:

Rose Water:

Distilled from rose petals, rose water is a fragrant liquid used in cooking, baking, and skincare. It adds a delicate floral essence to desserts, beverages, and some savory dishes.


Mint is a versatile herb with several varieties such as spearmint, peppermint, and others. It’s widely used in cooking, especially in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, for its refreshing and aromatic qualities. Mint is used in salads, teas, sauces, desserts, and as a garnish.


This aromatic herb is popular in Mediterranean and Southeast Asian cuisines. Sweet basil is commonly used in Italian dishes, particularly in pasta sauces and pesto. Thai basil has a slightly spicy, anise-like flavor used in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine.



Molasses is a thick, dark syrup produced during the sugar-making process. Here are a few types:

Grape Molasses (Grape Vinegar):, it’s made by boiling down grape juice to a thick, sweet syrup. It has a rich, fruity flavor and is used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines in both sweet and savory dishes.

Date Molasses (Date Syrup):** Made from dates, this molasses has a dark color and a rich, caramel-like flavor. It’s commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine as a sweetener in desserts, marinades, and sauces.

Pomegranate Molasses: This is a reduction of pomegranate juice, simmered to a thick, tangy, and slightly sweet syrup. It’s used in Middle Eastern cooking to add depth and a tangy sweetness to dishes like salads, stews, and marinades.

Blackstrap Molasses: A byproduct of refining sugar cane into sugar, blackstrap molasses is dark, thick, and has a robust, slightly bitter flavor. It’s high in nutrients and is used as a sweetener and nutritional supplement in cooking and baking.

These molasses varieties vary in taste, consistency, and uses, but they all offer a rich sweetness and unique flavor profile that enhances a wide range of dishes across different culinary traditions.

Dried herbs:


Widely used as a garnish and for flavoring, parsley has a fresh, slightly peppery taste. Flat-leaf (Italian) parsley is favored for its robust flavor and is used in salads, soups, sauces, and as a garnish.

Cilantro (Coriander): Cilantro leaves and coriander seeds come from the same plant. Cilantro has a citrusy, slightly tangy flavor used in various cuisines, especially in Latin American, Indian, and Southeast Asian dishes.


This herb has a subtle, earthy flavor and is a staple in Mediterranean cuisine. It’s used in soups, stews, marinades, and roasted dishes


Commonly used in Italian and Mediterranean cuisines, oregano has a robust flavor. It’s used in pizza sauces, pasta dishes, and Mediterranean-style marinades.


With a slightly peppery flavor, sage is often used in savory dishes like stuffing, poultry seasoning, and sauces.

These herbs offer distinct flavors and aromas, elevating the taste of various dishes and providing health benefits in some cases as well.