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    Talking How about a specialty coffee from a Brazil single estate? 1 Coffee of the year 2017

    Hello everyone! I'm Pedro from Fazendas Dutra, Brazil. I'm here to make some friends and discuss about an Arabica and Robusta high quality coffee.

    We're a single estate that produces coffee since the 50's. We can export our coffee direct from our farm.


    We'd like to create a good relationship with importers and distributors. It doesn't matter if you are a small or a huge roasting, we are here to help you find a good coffee for your business.


    So, if you have any doubts let me know. Feel free to ask any questions.


    See ya.

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    most of med & small size roasters does not have import license nor means of importing from Brazil.
    so, do you have your own farm coffee distribution center in USA?
    then, it would be easier for smaller roasters to order from your USA company.
    Ensoluna S.A. Guatemala
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    Quote Originally Posted by ensoluna View Post
    most of med & small size roasters does not have import license nor means of importing from Brazil.
    so, do you have your own farm coffee distribution center in USA?
    then, it would be easier for smaller roasters to order from your USA company.
    Hello Ensoluna,

    Thanks for you message. We don't have a distribution center in USA, but we exported to USA sometimes. That could be a good idea in the future or someone that have a distribution center could work with us in a partership.


    In another countries a group of small roaster joined to buy coffee to all of them in a unique order. So they got reduce the cost with freight also.

    We are opened to talk more about this. So feel free to any question.

    Thanks. Have a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fazendasdutra View Post
    Hello Ensoluna,
    In another countries a group of small roaster joined to buy coffee to all of them in a unique order. So they got reduce the cost with freight also.
    Thanks. Have a good day.
    this could be awfully difficult. Yes, it is ideal and could be, but just too many obstacles and problems, specially when you put a lot of people who has different agendas and ideas....
    anyway, I wish you a lot of luck on this.
    have a good sunday.
    Ensoluna S.A. Guatemala
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    Do you have a website with more information about your coffee?

 

 

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