AGRO EXPORTS BRAZIL

COFFEE BEANS – GRADE A TOP QUALITY

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Brazil produces about 30 percent of the world’s coffee supply. Contact us today for high quality raw and roasted Brazilian coffee beans at fantastic prices!

COFFEE GRADING
Beans are separated and graded according to size. This is traditionally done with grading sieves 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and Mocha. In a nutshell, this is what is known as the coffee grading process. Larger beans are more commercially valuable than smaller ones.

COFFEE SORTING AND VENTILATING
Electronic machinery separates healthy from flawed coffee beans through the use of photocells which sort them by color (black, green, foxy or brown). The beans are also mechanically separated by weight. The lighter, flawed beans (broken, CBB damaged or broca, shell, etc.) are sorted out. This step makes use of highly advanced technology, which ensures accuracy in the final product, which will then be packaged and shipped to the consumer.

Coffee Varieties

The most common Brazilian varieties are Bourbon, Catuaí, Acaiá and Mundo Novo. The sub-varieties are Yellow and red Bourbon, Yellow and Red Catuaí, Topázio and others. Brazilian coffee beans preserve distinct features of added varieties, specifically known for creating a great espresso experience!