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    Coffee distribution and pricing

    Hello everyone,

    I have been researching the coffee market in Canada to understand the price dynamics as coffee moves from producer to roaster/distributor to whole sale and to retail. Can someone please guide me to the right direction on how I can get these prices on a daily basis?

    Thank you in advance.

    Adam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunaguy View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I have been researching the coffee market in Canada to understand the price dynamics as coffee moves from producer to roaster/distributor to whole sale and to retail. Can someone please guide me to the right direction on how I can get these prices on a daily basis?

    Thank you in advance.

    Adam.
    hi Adam. I work in Guatemala as green coffee exporter to overseas. I know the pricing structures from farmer to exporter, to importer, roaster and retail shop. However, getting this information "on a daily basis"? Maybe there is such a thing exist, but I highly doubt that you can get this sort of info on a daily basis.
    Ensoluna S.A. Guatemala
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    ensoluna.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunaguy View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I have been researching the coffee market in Canada to understand the price dynamics as coffee moves from producer to roaster/distributor to whole sale and to retail. Can someone please guide me to the right direction on how I can get these prices on a daily basis?

    Thank you in advance.

    Adam.
    Hi Adam,

    I am Chinh Tran from the Nasan Vietnam JSC. We are specialising in processing Arabica and Robusta coffee in Vietnam.
    We would like to offer you our coffee as per following:
    1. Arabica coffee washed
    Moisture: 12.5% max
    Foreign matter: 0.1% max.
    Black and broken beans: 1.5% max
    On the screen 16: 90% min.
    Natural smell, tasting OK.

    2. Arabica coffee roasted
    (Grade 1 on screen 16).


    3. Robusta coffee Grade 1
    Moisture: 12.5% max.
    Foreign matter: 0.1% max.
    Black and broken beans: 2.5% max
    On the screen 16: 90% min.
    Natural smell, tasting OK.


    4. Robusta coffee roasted
    (Grade 1 on screen 16).


    Should you are interested, pleased kindly contact us at: nasanvietnam at hotmail dot com.
    Kind Regards,


    Chinh Tran
    NASAN VIETNAM JSC
    Tel: +84(0)914556347
    Contact: nasanvietnam at hotmail dot com

 

 

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