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  • Introducing Nepal
      In the southern part of giant continent, Asia their lies rectangular tiny country squeezed between two huge populated countries China on the north and India on the south is the country called Nepal-the world of its own. Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitude variation. Biodiversity ranges from tropical to sub-tropical to alpine flora and fauna within that short north -south axis. Few countries in the world might have such a vast range of natural beauty crammed into a small area. The elevation of the country ranges from 60 meters above sea level to the highest point on earth, Mt.Everest at 8,848 meters, all within a distance of 150 kilometres resulting in climatic conditions from sub-tropical to arctic. This wild variation fosters an incredible variety of ecosystems, the greatest mountain range on earth, thick tropical jungles teeming with a wealth of wildlife, thundering rivers, forested hills and frozen valleys. In this geographical range from 800 meters to 1600 meters above the Sea Level where there is not possibilities of snow full and mist, only Arabica coffee is cultivated by the Small Farmers group with the concept of Cooperatives on the Virgin lands (No Chemicals and not even a Crop cultivated before) which faced towards North-East side capturing the chilling Cold from the Himalayas and surrounding with very rare Medical plants only found in Nepal, gives the best Floral Fragrance and Aroma in the cup of Coffee.    
  • Historical Background of Coffee in Nepal:
    Introduction of coffee in Nepal is believed to have stated when the Sage Mr. Hira   Giri brought the seeds of coffee from Myanmar in 1938 & sowed in front of his cave in Aapchour of Gulmi district. The crop remained unnoticed as a curiosity crop until 1970s. In the late seventies, expansion of coffee as commercial crop took place when His Majesty the government Nepal imported coffee seed from India for distribution. The major shift to commercial coffee production took place in the eighties. Due to lack of a system for technical extension and marketing management and marketing was not systematized and coffee farmers started to fell down the coffee First coffee processing facility, Nepal Coffee Company was established in 1983 and also Coffee Development Centre was established in the same year. First training on farming and processing .the organic coffee production was conducted at village level in 1998 by farming expert professional from EL Salvador and processing export professional from California, USA, Progress farmers from the major coffee growing districts attended the training which introduced the concept and need of organic coffee production in Nepal. It was a turning point for the coffee producers in Nepal because in the same year, this training provided organic coffee farming, wet processing technology and comparative cup testing inferred that Nepali coffee is similar to Mexican mild. This inference became the slogan for policy advocacy. Nepal Coffee Producers' Association was formed and farmer made commitment to promote only organic coffee. The coffee producers from that time have consistently adopted the organic coffee production system.   20, 000 coffee producers are involved in coffee production in 20 districts and 2550 ha land occupied by coffee farming. A total of 650 Mt green bean has been produced in 2007/08 F/Y. post-harvest processing management at village level and processor's (central) level. Coffee processing industry formally started in 1983. Quality of coffee not only depends on the coffee production management, Coffee processing in Nepal is done at two levels. In the farm level, fresh cherry is either dry processed by individual farmers or wet processed in pulping centres. Dry cherry or dry parchment from these primary processors are hulled into green beans or roasted by the final processors. The processors are also exporters who either export green beans to international market or sell roasted coffee in the domestic market. Presently, there are six coffee companies (five- private & one –Cooperative based) in Nepal.    
  • Competitive Price list:
    For the Green Clean Beans the FOB (Freight on Broad) Kathmandu/Our Factory Gate Price would be $5.0 /Kg. Roasted Specialty coffee cost $9.0/Kg at FOB Kathmandu, Nepal.   Regarding the Supply of Quantity we can commit not more than 100 Metric Ton this year and can be doubled next year which can be negotiated between two Parties. As I have already stated many times we deal with very good quality specialty coffee so we only work with few Buyers around the world so that we will be more conscious to give the Best Quality which we have committed when we have signed the Contract. We supply the green beans in 60Kg jute bag packed and for the Roasted beans we have exportable quality of Packaging with One Way Valve in each Packet which always keep the Coffee more Fresh for 18months. Right now we have 250 Gms packet in our Brand. But if you want to Import the Roasted coffee beans to promote in your own brand to pack at your site, we can deliver Roasted beans in 1Kg/3Kg and 5Kg Aluminium Foil by Air. Large volume of Green Clean beans is exported from 20/40Ft Ventilated Containers by sea. 

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