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  1. #11
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    I will be following this thread closely and providing what info I can as I am also going through the process of importing green coffee from Central America. My friend who operates the farm is working on export papers. I am importing small quantities (maybe 100kilo/mo.). My biggest concern is being caught in regulatory grey-area since I am not a registered/licensed business and not profiting from the importation of the green coffee.

  2. #12
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    Fair enough? How long does it take to get an import license and is it complicated to get it.

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    Getting the export license in Honduras can be hard and complicated as many business things there. You would also need an import license stateside as well if I'm not mistaken. We plan to work with the local co-op near our farm in HND for exporting and hopefully partner with a importer stateside to start. As time goes on we will work towards getting our own licenses.
    -Daniel Kent
    -Daniel Kent, Adventure Copán Coffee Company

  4. #14
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    You can get business licence from sdat md in Baltimore
    SDAT: Checklist for new businesses
    You can use FDA approved warehouses such as continental terminal, Annex in Oakland, The green Room in Seattle

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by abdilhassan9 View Post
    I joined this forum because i want to sell 1 container of coffee.
    USA customers' buying season is over, long time ago. they should be receiving their coffees from different countries by now.
    HOWEVER,
    only customers who can buy one container from you are below customers and contacts. They are big enough to buy them right now if you offer really good pricing.
    they know me, so if they ask you where you got the contact from, you can give them my info (which you can find it from my profile)

    ECOM Trading - Adam Kline adamk@ecomtrading.com

    CafeImports - Jason Long jason@cafeimports.com

    Costco - Michael Giudice mgiudice@costco.com

    Klatch - Mike Perry mike@klatchroasting.com

    Royal coffee - Peter Radosevich

    pradosevich@royalcoffee.com

    GOOD LUCK TO YOU!























  6. #16
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    BTW, no one in this forum will be able to buy coffee from you or anyone else, specially your coffee is in overseas.
    if in USA, maybe... i give about 2% chance of selling.

 

 
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