How to Easily and Quickly Start a Vietnamese Coffee Wholesale Business

You’ll need to know everything there is to know about the Vietnamese coffee wholesale business, including every tiny variation if you want to launch a Vietnamese coffee wholesale company. This post will provide you with the most in-depth look at the Vietnamese coffee wholesale market.

1, Vietnamese coffee wholesale market overview

Vietnam is one of the world’s leading coffee exporters because of its abundant natural supply. Therefore, there are many exporters and wholesalers all over the world

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Reasons make these regions become the largest Vietnamese coffee wholesale

1.1 General situation of Vietnamese coffee wholesale industry

Vietnam has the highest coffee yield in the world, averaging 2.6 tons per hectare for Robusta coffee and 1.4 tons per hectare for Arabica coffee, according to statistics from the second quarter of 2021. Vietnam is ranked third in terms of certified sustainable coffee area, second in terms of exports, and accounts for 8.3% of world coffee exports. Because of its high production, large acreage, and low cost, Vietnam is a top Vietnamese coffee wholesale supplier in the globe.

2, Top of regions supplying largest Vietnamese coffee wholesale

Vietnamese coffee is grown in a variety of locations throughout the country. However, the Central Highlands region, which includes Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong, produces the most coffee. There are many reasons to make these regions the largest Vietnamese coffee wholesalers. 

 

  • Firstly, in terms of topography, the soil in the Central Highlands is more than 80% red basalt soil with fertile, fresh, and porous characteristics, which is very suitable for industrial crops to grow, especially coffee. Also because of the favorable soil characteristics, growers save the cost of buying fertilizer or watering for coffee trees to grow. 
  • Next, to mention the climate, the Central Highlands region has a sub-equatorial climate with two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. These are good conditions for growing, harvesting, and also preserving coffee. In addition, in addition to the Central Highlands with relatively stable rainfall, the amount of water from rivers and underground water sources is also of great value in developing coffee. Along with that, the high-temperature difference between day and night (hot sunny days, chilly nights) helps Vietnamese coffee grown in this area taste better.

3, Famous Vietnamese coffee wholesale types

Vietnamese coffee wholesale comes in a wide range of varieties, based on the buyers’ needs and the sellers’ supply. There are, however, two fundamental sorts. It’s made up of green coffee beans and coffee that has been processed. Green coffee beans are unprocessed coffee beans that have been peeled and dried without any additional processing. There are two main types of green coffee in Vietnam: Arabica and Robusta, with a tiny quantity of Excelsa. Robusta coffee accounts for the majority of Vietnam’s coffee production, making it the world’s top coffee exporter. On the other hand, Coffee that has been roasted, ground, or processed into finished products such as instant coffee is known as processed coffee. The European market is one of the most promising for importing processed coffee from Vietnam, with the United Kingdom having the highest demand for instant coffee.

 

  1. K-Agriculture the leading coffee wholesalers in Vietnam:
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K-Agriculture office

Contact information:

Phone: +84 855555837 (Whatsapp Available)

Website: k-agriculture.com

Email: info@k-agriculture.com

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