Good day! My parents are into local coffee trading in Bukidnon, Philippine Islands. We produce exelsa, robusta and arabica beans at a volume of 10 tonnes annually. I am thinking of buying locally grown coffee beans from small coffee farmers and exporting them to countries abroad. This will help our local coffee industry. I am looking for an agent who have international contacts for me to export my green coffee beans.

-- Daniel Rivera Dumaraos (, July 10, 2004


I am a roaster in Australia and interseted in purchasing beans from the Phillipines. Could you give me more inforamation regarding bulk purchase order and price. Thank you John

-- John Monash (, August 28, 2004.

I`d be wary of buying filipino coffee. It isn`t consistent from batch to batch because alot of it is manual labor. Long run you`d have customers complaining about your coffee batches.

-- Trib (, August 28, 2004.

AM a KENYAN,currently in coffee farming and brokerage locally.KENYA is one of the Largest grade 1 coffee exporter in the world.We produce arabica coffee in most parts of the country.Our Countries political climate is very stable now and this has lead to more tonnage in Production.Am looking For international Markets for our grade 1 product,if interested let me know immediately.

-- Duncan Maina Kariuki (, January 31, 2005.

Interesting, we are setting up a new home roasting business in Singapore and are soucing for green beans all over the world.

Please provide detail information to us.

Thank you.

-- Y T Goh (, February 27, 2005.

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