Zahedi dates are one of the most common types of dry dates in the world. They are primarily cultivated in the southwest of Iran, particularly in Khuzestan, Bushehr, and Fars provinces, where a significant amount of this date is planted each year.

The fruit starts with a yellow color in the unripe stage and gradually transitions from light brown to chocolate brown.

The length of the fruit ranges from 3 to 4 cm, with a diameter typically around 2 cm.

Zahedi dates usually weigh between 7 and 9 grams.

The shape of Zahedi dates is jar-shaped, with a yellow and raised cap at one end and a pointed tip.

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