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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by HonduranCoffee504 View Post
    Hi, my name is Osmar Castellanos from Honduras and I'm intersted to start distribuiting Honduran Coffee in the US, specially unroasted coffee.

    I would like to contact you my skype address is osmar.castellanos.


    Thank you!
    Hi Osmar, Thank you for your response. I will send you a skype invitation. I am interested in importing to China not US. are you interested?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thuynguyen View Post
    I've never export coffee to the U.S. but we are exporting to Japan roasted coffee beans with demanded quality for japanese market.
    Hi thuynguyen, do you export roasted coffee beans to China? Which one is your brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yingjie View Post
    Hi thuynguyen, do you export roasted coffee beans to China? Which one is your brand?
    Hi Yingjie, I have sent roasted luwak coffee to Fujian Province in China for several times. I agree with what the other members said above about the roasted coffee quality, so I only send a small quantity of coffee (for example 1 or 2 kg per delivery) and I use EMS so the coffee would be arrive in 1 week. Or I would recommend you to buy green beans and roast it yourself if you want to get fresh coffees.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruma View Post
    Hi Yingjie, I have sent roasted luwak coffee to Fujian Province in China for several times. I agree with what the other members said above about the roasted coffee quality, so I only send a small quantity of coffee (for example 1 or 2 kg per delivery) and I use EMS so the coffee would be arrive in 1 week. Or I would recommend you to buy green beans and roast it yourself if you want to get fresh coffees.

    Cheers!
    Dear All,

    Thank you very much for all your responses,
    I appreciated
    I have been doing Coffee Business in China for the last 5 years. I understand that importing Green Beans will be fresher and cheaper but at present the roasted coffee beans are the best starting option due to my starting budget. I have imported roasted coffee beans, for few years now, into China.

    Thank you and Best Regards,
    Yingjie

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    Yingjie,

    I can help you out. I can sell you coffee beans from Guatemala, of many different qualities and varieties. Roasted or unroasted. Let me know if you are interested.

    -Diego
    Quote Originally Posted by Yingjie View Post
    Dear All,

    Thank you very much for all your responses,
    I appreciated
    I have been doing Coffee Business in China for the last 5 years. I understand that importing Green Beans will be fresher and cheaper but at present the roasted coffee beans are the best starting option due to my starting budget. I have imported roasted coffee beans, for few years now, into China.

    Thank you and Best Regards,
    Yingjie

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindxInc View Post
    Yingjie,

    I can help you out. I can sell you coffee beans from Guatemala, of many different qualities and varieties. Roasted or unroasted. Let me know if you are interested.

    -Diego
    Hi Diego,

    Yes, I am interested. What is your email address?
    Regards,
    Yingjie

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    Oh I see..

    I could supply roasted Luwak coffee to China if you are interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruma View Post
    Oh I see..

    I could supply roasted Luwak coffee to China if you are interested
    Thank you for offering but it is not the type of coffee I am looking for
    Regards,
    Roxana

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    Oh I see. I also sell Aceh Gayo, Mandheling, Toraja Kalossi, and Lintong roasted coffee as well. They are all from Indonesia.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yingjie View Post
    Thank you for offering but it is not the type of coffee I am looking for
    Regards,
    Roxana

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    I have the same problem, where I can find the procurement officers who want to import coffee from China?
    Would they like to post their demand on a trading website ?Or they directly find the procurement services?

 

 
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