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Oro Isfara is one of the large dried fruit supplier in the Commonwealth of Independent States

The company, established in Tajikistan is based in Isfara and currently employs 65 persons.

The company’s main products include dried apricots, prunes, mixture of dried fruits, walnuts and peanut (including organic). The company possesses internationally recognizable certificates HACCP, Organic and Fairtrade. The company descibers themselves as follows:

“ORO ISFARA LLC – operating in Tajikistan with a modern equipped facility and a production capacity of more than 2000 tons annually, working in the market of nuts and dried fruits in the CIS countries and Europe for more than 22 years. The main activity of the company is harvesting, processing and sale of dried fruits and nuts grown in an ecologically clean area of the foothills of Turkestan range. The factory has modern equipment for cleaning, drying, sorting, peeling and packaging products.”

The ORO ISFARA LLC is processing the top quality of fruits, from nearby environmentally clean farming areas, naturally sundried fruits, top quality products able to satisfy the most demanding and conscious customers.

The customers so far have been agricultural commodities traders from Russia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and they also have some experience of export to EU countries and Switzerland.

The company is currently looking for a partner to  start sales of dried fruits and nuts in Finland. The company is interested in finding retail nets as well as importers that supply food processing companies.

Vision In the next ten years,Oro, as the largest company in the private sector in the field of nuts and dried fruits trade, will become a flagship and leader by becoming a credible, distinctive and diverse group with a customer orientation, as well as providing business services with credibility and satisfaction. The growing number of customers is taking a big step towards the development of Company lofty goals.
“Our mission is to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food.”