I am looking for a Bean to Bar mentor. I have been making bean to bar chocolate for the last 5 months and am in need of guidance and knowledge. Currently it's a fairly small production but I would…Continue
You can receive the beans at you home, or shop, at an extra cost that is charged by the freight forwarder (FedEx, DHL..). They can deal with the customs clearance as well.
For example this is the cost structure for a 250 kg…"
"Hi Juan Pablo,
Thanks - that's very helpful. Just to clarify, does that mean we need to pick up the beans at the airport, rather than having them shipped directly to us? Do any importers have any advice on this?"
"Hello Landen. when we send small quantities of beans to our customers in the US, they only needed a copy of the invoice and the phyto-sanitary certificate, that are issued at origin and handed over by the freight forwarder. Sometimes they…"
"Dear Bean-to-Bar chocolate makers, we are Nahua, cacao and chocolate producers in Costa Rica.
We offer Premium Cacao Beans in small quantities of 100 kg or more shipped in boxes of 12.5 kg each, all of which is of the Trinitario…"
"Hi to all dear members. I'm trying to bring cacao nibs from the Dominican Republic to New York with the purpose to sell them to local markets. Can anyone advice on the paper work needed to export such item to the US."
I work with a cocoa trading firm based in San diego . We source cocoa beans directly from the largest organic cocoa farm in Bahai, Brazil. The farm is owned by the father in law of managing director of my firm so we have a very close…"
"We sell Trinitario beans from Venezuela out of the warehouse in Miami, FL, along with cocoa liquor, butter and powder. Please check our website for varieties www.casafranceschi.com
We also have Ecuadorian Nacional (Arriba) and Peruvian Cacao Lamas…"
Dan from Atlantic Cocoa Company. We import of a very wide range of cocoa beans. In addition to conventional beans we have a strong focus on certified cocoa such as Organic, Fair Trade, and Rain Forest Alliance. We have…"