Mazafati or Mozafati (Persian: مضافتی)
also called the Bam date, is a cultivar of the date. It is grown in southern Iran, mainly in Bam, Jiroft, Kahnuj (in Kerman province), Saravan, Nikshahr, Haji Abad and Iranshahr (in Sistan-o-Baluchestan province). It is a dark, soft, fleshy and sweet date of medium size (2.5 to 4.5 cm), with a relatively high moisture content of between 32-35%; it varies depending on the time of harvest and the location of the grove. The date is suited for fresh consumption, i.e. not dried. At a temperature of −5 degrees Celsius (23 °F) it can be kept for up to 2 years or 12 months at 0-5 °C. Mazafati Date harvesting time depends on the variety and starts in August, lasting to the end of October.
This variety is the most common variety fresh Dates for snacking and table eating.