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  1. #41
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    In Chiapas, when the elevation is 3800 or so, the beans will be HB (hard bean which is 3rd grade).
    it would be extremely tough to sell to USA without broker and almost impossible to sell to Japan mainly because they have very strict regulation about importing coffees.
    best of luck to you.

  2. #42
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    Thanks for the link.

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    Smile Regarding reputable Coffee Importers

    Hello Mick,

    I just joined this forum and am new to coffee roasting. I invested in a couple of new technology roasters/roast and brew system which I am about to receive. I would like to try out small batches of sample green coffees to learn the techniques myself and friends. Not commercially interested presently. I am very technical about the roasting process and have read. Can you share some reliable sources suppliers where I can obtain small samples of green coffee (1-5 lbs ?)



    Quote Originally Posted by telluridecoffee View Post
    Don''t do it. I was a green coffee trader for 15 years. You''re not going to save much, you''ll have way more liability than you want, have to deal with broken bags, insurance claims, possible quality claims against exporters etc etc...need I go on? Deal with a reputable importer. I can recommend if anyone''s interested

    Good luck

    Mick Hill - Green Coffee Buyer

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    Mick hill can you recommend an importer?

  5. #45
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    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Christina from Viet Nam. My family own a coffee farm ( Robusta ),warehouse to collect coffee after harvest from other farmers around and still selling out with green beans until last year, we start to roast the bean and distribute to some coffee shop in my town.

    Now I want to start exporting business to not only find new market but also to approach new technology in coffee industry. We can provide green beans or roasted beans depend on customers requirements.

    Each year our cop is about 200 tons and 20,000 tons of collecting from others.

    I really want to start new business and make cooperation oversea.

    For further information please contact me via skype:christina.1709 or my phone/whatsapp/viber/ line:+84 909 213 307

    Thanks

    Christina

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    Cool Import advice

    Hi Mick, I'm doing some preliminary research on purchasing coffee beans wholesale and noticed your comment regarding importers. Can you provide me additional information on the importers of green coffee beans. We would like to create our own blend but admit we are novice and really need some guidence in hopes of doing this endeavor correctly. Regards, Craig W.


    Quote Originally Posted by telluridecoffee View Post
    Don''t do it. I was a green coffee trader for 15 years. You''re not going to save much, you''ll have way more liability than you want, have to deal with broken bags, insurance claims, possible quality claims against exporters etc etc...need I go on? Deal with a reputable importer. I can recommend if anyone''s interested

    Good luck

    Mick Hill - Green Coffee Buyer

  7. #47
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    Great info guys! Thanks for sharing!

  8. #48
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    Hi , I am a source locator for various buyers and sellers of inports and exports. I have many contacts with growers and wholsale companies. If you need coffee am located in coffee belt in Colombia. I am a small independent self employed doing this business. I can assist from grower to port .
    Looking forward to helping you and for a good working relationship.

  9. #49
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    Kenyan AA

    Hello. Just wondering if you ever got to importing some beans? I am able to get Kenyan origin beans. Which would save you from having to deal with the paperwork. And still get a great price to work with.call me 6292005961

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    Hey there John...very interested in the process if there is anyway you may have a chance please Contact me at+50687271717 from Costa Rica.

 

 
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