Raw Common Coffee Bean

Premium Quality Coffee from Ethiopia

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Submitted By Murabaha trading P.L.C

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5,730 /
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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe. Arabica
Unwashed. Raw
Murabaha Trading PLC is one of the leading import and export company In Ethiopia. The company was established in 2017 as a limited company by shares. Their vision is to export quality products import quality that exceeds the expectations of their esteemed customers. Their mission is to build long-term business relationships with their esteemed customers and be well known and recognized oil seeds importing and exporting company and fulfil the high demands that exist both locally and throughout the world. They have exported worldwide. Their main customers are importers and distributors. Presently, they are aiming to expand worldwide.
At a Glance
2017, limited company by shares
Main Products:
Coffee beans, niger seeds, sesame seeds, lentils, linseeds, gum, white cumin seeds
Build long-term business relationships with their esteemed customers
Export Experience:
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Murabaha trading P.L.C packs the whole coffee beans in 60 kg bags or according to the customer’s request. The bags of coffee beans are stacked and stored under cool and dry temperatures in a warehouse facility. The warehouse ensures that the products are kept away from direct sunlight and moisture in a cool, dry and well-ventilated area. Their preferred mode of shipping is by sea via Djibouti Port.
At a Glance
Cool and dry place away from direct sunlight
60 kg bags or according to the customer’s request
Preferred Port:
Djibouti Port
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Murabaha Trading PLC has developed a reputation for its integrity, reliability, customer orientation, high quality, and social responsibility. They conduct quality checks at each stage of the supply chain to ensure the premium quality of coffee beans. The company exports organic, well cleaned, pure, low moisture, infestation free, and healthy products. The company adheres to both local and international quality standards.
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Quality Assurance:
Local and International standards followed
Quality Checks:
Each stage of the supply chain
The average production yield of coffee beans is 5000 - 6000 MT per year. The beans are cultivated in the Sidamo region, Ethiopia. Ethiopia is the worlds fifth-largest producer of coffee. The harvest season in the region is between October and January. Organic techniques are used to cultivate the coffee beans along with plantation farming. Natural processing is traditionally used, where the freshly-picked beans are spread out to dry in the sun. Coffee is a tropical plant which is also grown in a semi-tropical climate. The coffee tree requires heat, humidity and abundant rainfall.
At a Glance
Average Yield:
5000-6000 MT per year
Production Region:
Sidamo region, Ethiopia
Harvest Season:
October to January
Production Process:
Done using organic techniques, plantation farming and traditional process
Coffee beans are the seeds of the coffee fruit, often known as the coffee cherry. These bean-like seeds are usually dried, roasted, and brewed to make coffee. Coffee beans are safe to eat. However, consuming coffee beans in moderation is advised because their nutrients are more concentrated than liquid coffee’s. They have anti-inflammatory properties that protect against certain diseases and boost energy and mood.

Murabaha trading P.L.Coffers premium quality Yirgacheffe and Arabica coffee from Ethiopia. Naturally processed beans retain a ton of fruit flavour and often carry a pleasant wine-like acidity. The organically produced beans are unwashed and raw. Coffee beans are fit for human consumption and can be grounded and further processed. Sealed or airtight packed coffee beans have a shelf life of around 6 months.
At a Glance
Raw, whole and unwashed organic coffee beans
Yirgacheffe and Arabica
Premium Quality
Shelf Life:
6 months in airtight packing
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