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With saffron prices falling by 80 per cent due to a glut in Iran, farmers are considering an illicit alternative
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Plus Ian Paisley, Saffron Burrows, the Arab summit and the US elections.
Plus Ian Paisley, Saffron Burrows, the Arab summit and the US elections.
With saffron from Iran making its way into Indian markets, producers of the world's most precious spice in Indian-administered Kashmir are worried about their future.
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