Seeds & Grains

We can supply Coffee, Cacao, Soybean, Rice, Yellow Corn, Wheat, etc. however these products are seasonal and supplies are spasmodic. Please send us your detailed enquiry, outlining the commodity specification, monthly quantity and quality grade and we will respond within 48 hours.



Coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. It is one of the most consumed drinks in the world and is enjoyed by all cultures, possibly because it has a stimulating effect on humans because of its caffeine content.


Coffee berries, which contain the coffee seeds, are produced by several species of small evergreen bush of the genus Coffea. The two most commonly grown are also the most highly regarded “Coffea arabica” and the hardier “Coffea canephora”.

The high quality coffee that we are able to offer comes from two of the largest producers of coffee in the world – Brazil and Colombia.

In the case of Brazil directly through “the trade” own the product, in the case of Colombia through the coffee producers and exporters of that product.




Cocoa, also called Cacao, is the dried and fully fermented fatty seed of Theobroma cacao tree, from which cocoa solids and cocoa butter are extracted. They are the basis of chocolate, and the word Theobroma translates to “Food of the Gods”.

The origin of this product is Brazil. We are able to offer this product in grain and powder. The dry powder is made by grinding the cocoa seeds and removing the cocoa butter from the dark, bitter cocoa solids.

We work directly with two major Sellers, based in Brazil, who own the Cacao they sell.



The soybean has become a product of high demand worldwide, particularly by the increasing consumption of countries like China and the United States.

Soy Bean

The soybeans we are able to offer originates from two of the largest producers of soybeans in the Soy bean is used in a variety of ways and is used by the humans and animals alike. Its oil is extracted and this is employed in making soy milk. Also much of the artificial ‘lookalike’ food is based on soy and in the years to come much more soy will be produced and consumed. world – Argentina and Brazil, who collectively produce around 45% of the world’s production or approximately 112,000,000 MT annually.

The latest use for soy oil is in the production of bio-diesel.

In the case of Argentina; we link you direct to producers and exporters.



In the case of Brazil, we link you direct to a major trader who is owner of the product.

Send your enquiry including your preferred rice type, grade and quality.














This valuable commodity is available from seasonally from Brazil and Argentina and then Canada.

Yellow Corn













Wheat has become difficult to arrange – nevertheless send your enquiry and we will see what we can do.









Please Note: We will not respond if we do not know who we are dealing with, so please email your enquiry with your full details to and we will respond with a Soft Offer.