Company: Brazil Trade Business Group
Member Status: Free Member since 2010
Sell Offer of Highest Quality
Cocoa - Cacao beans fermented type Forastero traditional CAMTA
Directly from our warehouse in Belem or Itu City, Sao Paulo Estate Brazil.
Origin: from the North of Brazil - Para Estate and prompt for shipment.
We dedicate ourselves to the export and distribution of Cocoa beans to the world. After several years of building a relationship and gaining the trust of the farmers and cooperatives we are now working together to offer our clients the best available products.
We have exclusive access to some of the most appreciated Cocoa beans and therefore we can offer exclusive aromas and flavors to our clients.
Samples or photo's on request.
- Origin certificate- Phytosanitary certificate- Fumigation certificate- Quality and weight certificate - Physical test special Cocoa C- 27- Packing list- Control quality- Invoice
Quotes/ Offer validation: Validity of 1 day or 24 hours till closing time 6 pm Brazil time.
Payment: Payment as 30% advance and 70% cad bank at sight. L/C.
Package: Polypropylene bags.
Minimum order: Container 20', 15 tons (300 bags)
Delivery time before shipment:10 to 15 day's to put on port. (time count from advance payment)
Shipping: - Container 20', 15 tons (300 bags)- Container 40', 28 tons (560 bags) The quantity (tons) always depends on the law of destination port.
Shipments: FOB Belem or C&F Destination.
Export: to the USA, Canada, Europa, Japan and Argentina etc.
Production capacity: Up to 400 tonnes per year.
Export Tariffs: The Brazilian government, for promoting exports, waive taxes on Cocoa export. Import Tariffs:The European Union exempts raw cocoa beans. Similarly, Japan and the United States have no import duty on unprocessed cocoa beans.
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Cocoa grading: FCC (Federation of Cocoa Commerce Ltd) distinguishes two grades: good fermented cocoa beans and fair fermented cocoa beans.
Samples of good fermented cocoa beans must have less than 5% mould, 5% slate,1.5% foreign matter. A sample of fair fermented cocoa beans must have less than 10% mould, 10% slate, 1.5% foreign matter.
Tests are carried out through the so-called cut-test. Such a test involves counting off a given number or weight of cocoa beans, cutting them lengthwise through the middle, and then examining them.
The Netherlands is the leading Cocoa processing country, followed by the U.S..
Share of main Consuming countries
It is very common to see the words used interchangeably and most of the international trade organizations, like the World Cocoa Foundation, use the word "Cocoa." But it is generally agreed among chocolate experts that the correct term for referring to the beans is "Cacao" while the right word for the powder made from them is "Cocoa."
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