WHO WE ARE

Coffeeseed is a privately held coffee company incorporated in the Republic of Singapore. Our primary business is the physical trading of green coffee beans internationally.Established in January 2013, Coffeeseed sources and procures quality coffee beans for our customers in bulk. Wesource and sell specialty and commodity coffee beans from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Brazil and other coffee producing countries around the globe.

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WHAT WE DO

As a trading company, Coffeeseed is built on a strong core of principles

Ability

Ability
Honesty

Honesty
Clarity

Clarity
Delivery

Delivery

Coffeeseed takes a hands on approach to every step of the coffee sourcing process. The company hasa proprietary knowledge base of coffee transactions in each country where we operate. We seek long term business arrangements with farms, mills and clients we trust and work diligently to build our reputation as an excellent partner. Coffeeseed has the people, knowledge and experience to adapt to the needs of a rapidly changing industry.

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Coffee seed
TRADING

On the Ground Knowledge – Coffeeseed’s core strength is its people. Our ground teams form the backbone of the organisation. Our people live and work in the regions where we operate. They know the farms, mills and exporters personally because they engage with them every day If an issue presents itself, our team can handle it immediately because they are there and available.
Our team, our experience our logistics problem solving combined with our industry knowledge,form the basis for how we deliver value for to our customers.

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PROJECTS

Coffeeseed Foundation – The Coffeeseed Foundation is not a charity focused organization. Rather, the Coffeeseed Foundation is a vehicle for encouraging local farms to invest and participate in the total value of the beans they produce. A portion of the profits of every bean sold by Coffeeseed is re-patriated back through awards granted to Coffeeseed farmer groups. The Foundation helps to support local farmer investment in the production of their product and the health and safety of their workers.

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EVENTS

A BREAKFAST SEMINAR - 18 April 2017

The Consulate-General of Brazil and the Brazil Specialty Coffee Association (BSCA) in partnership with the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce Southeast (BACC-SE)

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