Khazravi dates are a variety of soft dates and are also consumed in Kharg and Rhubarb. These dates have come to Iran like lamb dates from Iraqi palm trees.
Khazravi dates second in cultivation area in Khuzestan province. The kernel is completely separate from the fruit, so it can be easily consumed by the whole fruit.
Kabkab dates are semi-arid dates. Its skin is thicker than other dates and is one of the most widely used dates in Iran. The dates, which are mainly derived from the palm trees of Behbahan, are very good in color and have a great deal of nectar or sap.
Zahedi dates are golden and oval and have a soft texture and a nutty flavor. They have thick skin, are semi-dry and have less sweetness than other dates. This type of dates also has a lot of fiber.
This date is widely cultivated in the south of Iran and because of its moderate sweetness has many fans abroad and inside the country. Because these dates are easily stored and shipped, there are many fans among date traders, especially exporters.
This type of date is known as the "queen of dates". The module has a large, soft texture, and has a strong sweet taste. It is very popular in the United States and is often used in making chic and smoothies. This type of dates is usually available all year round and is widely cultivated in Saudi Arabia.