US based, organic specialty gourmet coffee company, has developed a state-of-the-art agricultural business program in order to bring to the international marketplace a unique culinary product line of 100% Arabica eco-green coffees. In order to reach the rapidly expanding market of high-end specialty coffee drinkers, the Company’s organic coffee products will be sold worldwide.
The products will be sold internationally to specialty-grade gourmet coffee importers, roasters and wholesalers. With registered trademarks, licenses and an international bank lender of up to $10 million in place, this early-stage global Company stands ready to introduce a traceable and certified line of A-grade outstanding coffee products.
TRADEMARKED & LICENSED PRODUCTS
The second largest world market commodity today is coffee , and for two centuries, Ethiopia has been the sixth largest global producer of coffee and thus gained worldwide recognition as a best in class producer of specialty grade gourmet coffees . The management team believes that the implementation of its three flagship A-grade Arabica coffee beans from this area will provide the Company with a suite of singular products that will be far superior to any existing products in the marketplace. With this edge, the Company intends to become a dominant leader in the high-end organic specialty coffee industries.
The Company’s advanced production techniques, strategic agricultural partnership with a leading US University and progressive manufacturing operations, when combined with its cutting-edge techniques of wash processing, packaging, warehousing and transportation of coffee beans to port, will provide customers with not only a line of superior tasting products, but also those that meet the standards of a sustainable green environment.
MULTIPLE REVENUES, MULTIPLE MARKETS BUSINESS MODEL
The Company’s business model is designed to generate multiple revenue streams through the international sales of its various lines of the highest quality organic 100% Arabica A-Grade coffee beans, and expansion of its roasting and packaging facilities to maximum capacity as the wholesale and retail specialty-coffee programs gain in profitability. Specialty coffee sales are increasing by 20% per year and account for nearly 8% of the $18 billion U.S. coffee market . The management team expects its business model to provide the best approach for rapid market penetration without significant capital investment requirements.
At present, there are no known competitors that offer any products similar to the quality and grade of the Company’s organic coffees uniquely cultivated, harvested, washed and packaged for export by the Company. Therefore, the management team believes the Company and its next investors have an excellent opportunity for rapid success and profitability.