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TANZANIA PRODUCT LIST

TANZANIA PRODUCTS FOR EXPORT

  1. COFFEE PRODUCTS
  2. Why Tanzanian Coffee is the Best in the World Tanzania’s Best Kept Secret? World-Class Coffee

Coffee is picky. It can only be grown in equatorial climates at certain temperatures and elevation levels. The more premium coffee beans, like Arabica , are also the most sensitive to climate, soil, and water. So when prime growing conditions are available, coffee can become a cash crop to be exported around the world.

Currently, coffee is Tanzania’s largest export, upwards of 40,000 metric tons grown annually, accounting for about $60 million in revenue each year. The Tanzanian coffee industry employs more than 400,000 families. Tanzania is the fourth largest African producer of coffee, placing them well within the top 20 largest coffee producers on the planet.

  1. Tanica Coffee

Instant Coffee

Tanica Café blend

Rich flavor and Aroma, Tanica Cafe’ is made only from selected high-quality coffee beans from Tanzania, Packed at 40gm, 50gm, 100gm, 250gm and 500gm.

Kilimanjaro blend

Rich Aroma, from coffee grown in the slopes of the Highest single free-standing mountain in the World, Mount Kilimanjaro, Packed at 40gm, 50gm, 100gm, 250gm and 500gm.

Bulk

At your own preference, ratio and order, we also serve you our Instant coffee powder in bulk, Packed at 25kg and 30kg.

The untold truth of instant coffee

Instant coffee is a controversial choice among coffee aficionados, as many look at it as fake or weak coffee. It does have a convenience factor, though, which some companies have used to market higher-end coffees, such as Tanica. But what is the essential difference between instant coffee and coffee made from whole beans? And what exactly is instant coffee, anyway?

Making instant coffee is faster, less expensive, and easier than making regular coffee. It is made by adding the powder to hot water, similar to making instant tea. Instant coffee is made from whole coffee beans that are roasted, ground, and brewed. Then all of the water is removed from the brewed coffee, leaving dehydrated powder. When you add water to the powder, it turns back into coffee.

How instant coffee is made

The production of instant coffee is done through either a spray-drying process or a freeze-drying process. Spray drying is a process where liquid coffee concentrate is sprayed as a fine mist into hot air, approximately 480 degrees Fahrenheit. When the coffee hits the ground, it will have dried into small crystals, as the water will have evaporated.

Freeze drying is slightly more involved. The coffee is cooked down into an extract, which is then chilled at approximately 20 degrees Fahrenheit until it becomes essentially a coffee slushy. The slushy mixture is then further chilled using a belt, drum, or tray at a temperature of -40 degrees Fahrenheit. This causes it to form slabs of frozen coffee that are then broken down into granules, which are sent to a drying vacuum where the ice is vaporized, leaving behind granules of instant coffee.

How instant coffee compares in the caffeine department

There is less caffeine in instant coffee than regular, which may be a benefit for those looking to reduce their consumption. One cup of instant coffee contains between 30 and 90 milligrams of caffeine compared to regular coffee, which contains between 70 and 140 mg.

The popularity of instant coffee globally

The market for instant coffee is expanding globally — and exponentially in China. Previously, China was known to drink approximately two cups of coffee per year per person (in other words, the amount most people drink before lunch), and is now the fourth largest market for instant coffee, also known as ready to drink (RTD) coffee.

Russia is also an emerging coffee market. Instant coffee is an affordable entry point into the beverage, which can be expensive to purchase in whole bean form. The RTD coffee industry is rooted in the United Kingdom, which has consumed instant coffee for decades.

Whether or not you like instant coffee, it is real coffee and definitely more convenient than brewing coffee from whole beans.

Roasted Beans

Whether is a heavy sweet natural Robusta or Arabica the first specie of coffee, we always aim for greatness. We do this because we are choosing to roast the best coffee available to us.

Roasted & Ground Coffee

Roasted and Ground coffee is made only from selected high-quality Robusta coffee beans from Tanzania thus giving it the heavy and best taste and excellent flavor.

  1. AMIMZA COFFEE

The company offers two main product types

Amimza Bulk Instant Coffee

Amimza produces and exports premium instant coffee of various blends and quality green beans

  • Amimza Spray-dried instant coffee powder
    • 100% Robusta and Robusta/Arabica blends

Bulk Instant coffee is delivered 25Kg cartons, with a plastic sealed interiors that meet International standards

A 20ft container can hold roughly 280 x 25Kg cartons

For Café Amimza carton shipments, please call us

All products meet required quality and health standards, and come with a COA.

  • Tanzania Bureau of Standards
  • Tanzania Food & Drug Administration
  • Various other International Standards

Retail branded Café Amimza Instant coffee

Taste our unique blend of instant and finely-milled Roast & Ground coffee made in Tanzania

  • ‘Wholebean’ blend of instant coffee
    • Spray-dried & finely milled Roast & Ground
    • 100g, 50g, 1.8g

Coffee in Tanzania is grown by over 450,000 farmers. Arabica beans are grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and in several other parts of the country, while Robusta is grown in the western part of the country along lake Victoria.

Tanzania coffee beans are of world-grade quality and create the distinctive taste in many of the instant coffee products that are drunk from Dubai to Dubrovnik.

GRADING OF WASHED COFFEES

(Note these gradings are industry standards, and are in no way indicative of cup quality)

Mild Arabicas

Arabicas

Robusta

Customer Service

Simplified export paperwork

We have worked with the government to simplify the export paperwork and you can now do most of it electronically through us

Double Inspection

All our shipments are doubly inspected to make sure weight, moisture and other issues are regulated. If something slips by, we guarantee to make it right – at our cost

Logistics

All export goods shipped from Dar-es-Salaam. Prices are available FOB or CIF.

  1.  AGRICULTURE PRODUCTS

COCOA

WHITE CHICK PEAS

SISAME SEEDS

RICE

MAIZE

SOYA

CORIANDER SEEDS

SUNFLOWER SEEDS

GREEN MUNG BEANS YELLOW GRAM

PIGION PEAS GROUND NUTS


KHANGA

TIE & DYE PLAIN WAX

OFFICE UNIFORMS

T-SHIRTS

YARN CONES

MAASAI CLOTH

SCHOOL UNIFORM

INDUSTRIAL WORKING CLOTHS

BED SHEETS

GARMETS

UNIFORM MATERIAL

WAX VITENGE

Sisal fiber yarn, twines and ropes are exported to industrial users in Japan, India and other Asian countries. Products are also exported to Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland and France, as well as Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Apart from ropes, twines and general cordage, sisal is now also used to make both low-cost and specialty paper, dartboards, buffing cloth, filters, geo textiles, mattresses, carpets and wall coverings, handicrafts, wire rope cores and macramé. In the construction industry, sisal reinforces plaster in ceilings and walls, acts as a binding material for plaster moldings, and acts a strengthening agent to replace asbestos and fiberglass. Sisal is also increasingly used in the automobile industry.

Cashew processing company , exports raw cashews in shells as well as top-grade processed cashews to several global markets including the USA, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and the Middle East.

As the only manufacturer of bicycles in East Africa, the the  Bicycles Company  is well placed to secure export markets in neighboring African countries.

Household products, including flour, soap, detergent, and edible oil, are manufactured for the domestic as well as East and Central African export markets.


Agricultural product export portfolio includes cocoa, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pigeon peas, yellow gram, cardamoms, castor seeds, coriander seeds, green moong, groundnuts, honey, soya beans, tea, red beans, maize. These products are exported to Europe, India, Pakistan, China, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Middle East (supplied to the World Food Program).

Forestry export products include gum Arabic and beeswax, which are mainly exported to Europe, USA, Japan. Also, sawn timber from the saw mill in the Tanga region of Tanzania is also exported.

The majority of textiles produced by the textile mills are exported to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Mozambique and other neighboring countries. Sizeable quantities are also exported to Greece and Italy.


Sisal fiber yarn, twines and ropes are exported to industrial users in Japan, India and other Asian countries. Products are also exported to Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland and France, as well as Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.


Apart from ropes, twines and general cordage, sisal is now also used to make both low-cost and specialty paper, dartboards, buffing cloth, filters, geo textiles, mattresses, carpets and wall coverings, handicrafts, wire rope cores and macramé. In the construction industry, sisal reinforces plaster in ceilings and walls, acts as a binding material for plaster moldings, and acts a strengthening agent to replace asbestos and fiberglass. Sisal is also increasingly used in the automobile industry.

Cashew processing company , exports raw cashews in shells as well as top-grade processed cashews to several global markets including the USA, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and the Middle East.