The date fruit has an important part in Islamic faith. Packed in minerals, fibers, and vitamins, dates are conventionally served as a pre-dawn meal for the Muslims; they also break their fast at sunset every day during the holy month of Ramadan to regain their lost energy.
The sweet-smelling date fruits are particularly grown in the North Africa and Middle East. The types of dates which come in huge varieties play a significant role in building economy of many countries. In 2016, the global trading in dates, either fresh or dried, touched $1.4 billion. The figure is a five-fold rise since 2001. Moreover, from 2012 to 2016 the date trade developed at the rate of 14% in an average.
Dates fruit Exporters utilize the fruit for getting more revenues. They can work straight with growers. It can be done in the way that dates are chosen by the exporter earlier than their arrival during plant processing time. After they are chosen, the exporter passes them to the packing plant and they are subsequently packed in different-sized boxes. After that, the boxes are opened up and any smashed or uneven patches are discovered for any probable problems in time of delivery.
The date fruits are many. The types of dates that are much popular among the people are:
Piarom Dates, Barhi Dates, Medjool Dates, Deglet Noor Dates, Deglet Noor Dates, Rabbi Dates, Halawy Dates Barhi Dates, Dayri Dates, Thoory, Mazafati Dates, Sayer Dates, Khudri Dates, Zahidi Dates, Safawi Dates, Sukkari Dates, and Khudri Dates.