Saturday, June 1, 2019

International Food Exporters

Being One Of The Leading Export Companies In India, Coffco Foods Focus More On Reaching The New Clients/Importers Across The Global Market.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Spices



 Spices are the face and identity of ancient India and the image of an abundant spice producer still enhances the name of the country. Coffco  Exports  adds a feather to the cap of the nation and stands as one of the best among spices dealers and exporter in India. We boost of a wide range of quality organic spices and whole spices which have made us a proud name around the world. Among organic spices exporter in India, we have carved out a niche for our self and have raised the bar for export of whole spice. With our state of the art technology and strife to use only the best raw materials, we have created benchmarks in the business of spices export, making our products hygienic and healthy.




Sunday, January 6, 2019

Rice Exporters in India

Coffco Exports is the international trade arm of Acaricides India Pvt Ltd Group. Acaricides India Pvt Ltd is one of the leading pesticides/Agro Chemicals manufacturing and trading companies in India.

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Rice


Coffco Food Exporters is producing one of the finest basmati rice conforming to international standards and this brand of basmati known as the best variety of rice. We offer top quality of basmati like white sella rice, raw basmati rice, sugandha steam rice, sharbati steam rice, pusa steam basmati rice, prll golden sella rice, perll sella rice. Coffco Foods  is bestBasmati Rice Manufacturer in India as well as in UAE, USA and UK.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Rice Business India


A few highlights of Rice sector of India

1.India exported a record 10.2 million tons rice in 2012 but the volume will be difficult to sustain due to weaker demand from African countries and greater competition from Thailand and [the] U.S.A

2.There is also uncertainty over the rice imports by Iran, a major buyer, in light of its unclear domestic demand and financial sanctions

3.The grains council says it expects the volume of the global rice trade to contract by 5% in 2013 to 36.5 million tons due to weaker demand from major buyers, China, Nigeria and Indonesia

4.Nigeria, the world’s largest rice importer, is likely to import 15% less this year due to higher import duties, while China’s domestic production will be high enough to permit a 35% fall in its imports, the grains council said. Nigeria overbought last year in anticipation of higher duties and now demand has weakened considerably, said an exporter in New Delhi.

5.Stocks of rice in India, Vietnam, Pakistan, Thailand and the U.S. will rise 3.8% to 38.2 million metric tons in the aggregate 2012-13 marketing year
Between them, the five are responsible for more than 80% of the global trade in rice. Some are now struggling to get rid of excess stocks and prevent waste.

Rice Exporters