Cocoa Beans : Cocoa being a cash crop and critical export for different producing countries act as a key import for consuming countries, where there is no suitable climate for cocoa production. Being a major part of a global supply chain, cocoa beans undergo a complex production process including buyers, shipping organizations, farmers, processors, manufacturers and distributors. Cultivation of cocoa is indeed a delicate process because the Cocoa trees are susceptible to changing weather, diseases, and insects that may harm the growth of the plant. Unlike large industrialized agribusinesses, a major amount of cocoa is taken from small, family-run farms, which have a major dependence on traditional farming practices and have limited organizational leverage. Ever-increasing demand from consumers all over the world encourages a large number of global efforts and funds to support and improve cocoa farm sustainability. In spite of all the ups and downs in Cocoa production and processing, we at Tristar, make sure to source best quality cocoa beans from Tanzania and Guinea to be provided to our customers. Specifications : Quality - As per buyer's requirement
Green Tree was recently appointed as a US sales and marketer of premium Quality Ghana and Nigeria cocoa by several cocoa farmers in Ghana and Nigeria. We are extremely excited about this opportunity to bring our clients a new product offering. The cocoa being offered is excellent in every respect, as you know Ghana and Nigeria remains the producer of the best quality bulk cocoa. The minimum Quality standards set by Ghana Cocoa Board exceed the benchmarks set in the international cocoa market for the trade in Good Fermented and dried Cocoa. From Ghana we offer product from all the six region of Western, Central, Brong Ahafo, Eastern, Ashanti and the Volta regions. And from Nigeria we offer product from theÂ southern region of lkom and Umahail, western region of Odode, Aade, Ondo, Owo, Ore, Bagbe, Owena, Akure and Osun. Pricing is excellent.
Kakao Beans Description - Offering Worlds Kakao Beans Origin - Maluku Specifications/ Special Features - (1) Bean Count : 115/100 G (2) Waste (Residue + Flat + Foreign Matter Cluster) : 3% (3) Defect (Mould + Insect Damage) : 4% Max (4) Moisture : 7.5 Max (5)FFA : 1.75% Max Minimum Order - 15 Mt Able Supply 20 Mt/ Month Packaging - 62.50/ Gunny Sack
Kakao Beans Description - Offering Worlds Kakao Beans Origin - Sulawesi Specifications/ Special Features - (1) Bean Count : 115/100 G (2) Waste (Residue + Flat + Foreign Matter Cluster) : 3% (3) Defect (Mould + Insect Damage) : 4% Max (4) Moisture : 7.5 Max (5)FFA : 1.75% Max Minimum Order - 15 Mt Able Supply 20 Mt/ Month Packaging - 62.50/ Gunny Sack
Kakao Beans Description - Offering Worlds Kakao Beans Origin - Lampung, Sumatera, Selatan Specifications/ Special Features - (1) Bean Count : 115/100 G (2) Waste (Residue + Flat + Foreign Matter Cluster) : 3% (3) Defect (Mould + Insect Damage) : 4% Max (4) Moisture : 7.5 Max (5)FFA : 1.75% Max Minimum Order - 2 Mt Able Supply 20 Mt/ Month Packaging - 62.50/ Gunny Sack
Product: Cocoa beans Origin: Cote D Ivoire Harvest: 2018-2019 Type: Fermented Quality: Good Specifications: Moisture: 7.64 % Beans count : 91 to 99 beans/ kg Broken beans/ defective: 0.7 to 0.8% max Size: 90 - 100 beans, 100 gram fermentation cocoa beans: 95% Quantity: Min 4x20 FCL Shipping period: Oct- Dec 2018 Port of Destination: Worldwide Port of Loading: Abidjan Incoterm: FOB Abidjan Payment Terms : L/C
Cocoa is a cash crop grown throughout the humid tropics with about 6.5 million hectares planted with the crop in 57 countries. Although cocoa has been cultivated for centuries in Central America, it is a relative newcomer to Africa, and even more recent in Asia. In 1998, world production reached 2.7 million tons of cocoa beans. Africa holds a dominant position with almost 70% of production volumes, 40% coming from the Cote d Ivoire. Ghana (15%) and Indonesia (12%) are two other important producers. The average yield is approximately 400 kg of beans/ha/year.
Grade: grade a mature cocoa beans Moisture: 7% max Mould: 2% max Flat beans: 0.5% max Acidity: 3 % max Beans count: 98-100 Strange materials: 0.2% max Breakage: 0.5% max
Cocoa Beans Specification Grade: Grade A mature cocoa beans Moisture: 7% max mould: 2% max Flat beans: 0.5% max Acidity: 3 % max Beans count: 98-100 strange materials: 0.2% max breakage: 0.5% max
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Our company is looking for long term buyers in Asia for Premium Cocoa beans and related products from Ecuador South America. we offer the following:to Cocoa Bean / NIBS Cocoa Butter Cocoa Powder Cocoa Liquor We offer cocoa certified by all four major certifications (UTZ Certified Good Inside Program, Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade International FLO-CERT, Fair Trade USA). In addition, we are members of Sedex, the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange. 100% Organic is also available.
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Description : Cocoa bean (also cacao bean, often simply cocoa and cacao) is the dried and fully fermented fatty seed of Theobroma cacao, from which cocoa solids and cocoa butter are extracted. A cocoa pod (fruit) has a rough leathery rind about 3 cm thick (this varies with the origin and variety of pod). It is filled with sweet, mucilaginous pulp (called 'baba de cacao' in South America) enclosing 30 to 50 large seeds that are fairly soft and pale pink or lavender in color. Seeds usually are white, becoming violet or reddish brown during the drying process. The exception is rare varieties of white cacao, in which the seeds remain white. Historically, white cacao was cultivated by the Rama people of Nicaragua. It provides means of livelihood, sustenance and employment opportunities to over five million Nigerians, In the year 2005 alone, export revenue from the sale of cocoa amounted to US$136.7 million. Nigeria along with Cote d'lvoire and Ghana all in West Africa, account for about 70% of the world's cocoa production.
Nigeria is reckoned as one of the top producers of cocoa in the world and we at Alkaz Assets and Alliance Limited have taken the steps to explore the vast opportunities abundant in Nigeria’s cocoa industry. In achieving this, we have built relationships with the cocoa farmers and we have a firm understanding of the expected quality that is needed in exporting cocoa.