138 comments

  • Jade G.
    08/18/2019 18:00

    we just need maybe 1 or 2 kg and we will be finr for a while. new job thing

  • Petr M.
    08/04/2019 19:30

    Seems like it's a lot of work to harvest even a small amount. Which explains why most of the production is in India and not its Southern-European homeland. Cheap labor.

  • Sj H.
    08/02/2019 17:47

    This is what was in ur curry

  • Terry S.
    08/01/2019 15:36

    Stupid why bother.

  • Neil P.
    08/01/2019 13:43

    Once was produced in Saffron Waldron, hence the name

  • Joyce F.
    07/31/2019 20:59

    Isn't saffron poisonous

  • Fran M.
    07/29/2019 23:49

    I’ll do without thank you!

  • Fadjar D.
    07/29/2019 10:14

    I remembered chef always put in his pocket. He gave only if we need and said expensive. Now...made in china

  • Ramesh M.
    07/26/2019 16:52

    Thanks

  • Christopher J.
    07/26/2019 08:35

    I smell a business opportunity

  • Reginne L.
    07/26/2019 06:32

    Nice to know hehehehe

  • Neelam P.
    07/25/2019 17:53

    Interesting...

  • Fani T.
    07/22/2019 23:09

    Greek saffron is of the best quality!! Never mixed or dyed !! I know because I am a producer!! Our products are tested and have gained quality assurance certificate ISO 9001!! For more information check our website http://www.safran.gr/partnership.asp or contact me.

  • David M.
    07/21/2019 16:10

    Proper paella has this in

  • Christine F.
    07/20/2019 05:25

    Use turmeric instead. It has health benefits.

  • Jiene R.
    07/20/2019 01:33

    parang ganito

  • Jonathan C.
    07/19/2019 03:44

    Saffron

  • Ricardo L.
    07/18/2019 02:35

    Ai , lembra que eu te falei???

  • Ignacio G.
    07/16/2019 22:36

    😔

  • Michael H.
    07/16/2019 20:17

    Sounds very labour intensive. I'm surprised it's not banned as causing global warming. As well as belly warming,

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