Size – 947,300 sq km
Capital City – Dar Es Salaam
Main Port City – Dar Es Salaam
Population – 54,625,000
Language/s Spoken – Kiswahili/Swahili (official), English, Arabic & various local languages
Growing Regions – Karatu, Kigoma, Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Usambara, Songwe, Ruvuma, Mara
Common Varieties – Arusha, Bourbon, Blue Mountain, Kents
Processing Methods – Washed, Natural
Country-Specific Grades – Sorted by size, with AA the largest followed by A, B, PB, C, E, F, AF, TT, UG, TEX
Bag Size – 60 kg
Harvest Period – South Tanzania: May–September, North Tanzania: July–November
Typical Arrival – December–April
In 2019 we made a decision to step closer to the farm and in May, we incorporated Kijani Hai Tanzania Limited with the task of increasing the economic viability of coffee growing.
Kijani Hai operates as the exporting partner to Kijani. The organisation is spread across this vast country with regional offices in Kilimanjaro, Mara, Songwe and Ruvuma and the main export office in Dar Es Salaam. The regional office are focused on engaging with Agricultural Marketing Cooperative Societies (AMCOS) in their areas.
The approach we have adopted in Tanzania is based on our three pillars of community, diversity, and agronomy. We work with producers to increase crop, bio and income diversity through direct technical support offered to farmers in-the-field.
We also invest directly into communities, building new washing stations, refurbishing old washing stations and delivering certification standards to farmers that choose to opt in.
|Origin||Coffee||Lot||Score||Variety||Process||Packaging||No. of Bags||Warehouse||Notes|
|Tanzania||Kijani Hai - AMCOS Nyantira||Smallholders Kongoni||86.75||KP423, N39, Compact||Natural||60kg||11||ETA May 21- AGC||Wild fruits, Red grape, Lime, Fruity|