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We provide high quality Ethiopia teff to the local and export market. We source the raw fresh Ethiopia teff from family growers from Ethiopia.
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Ethiopia teff or tef (Eragrostis tef) is an important grass family crop and a cousin of millet that is an important food source. It is actually grass with the common name of Williams’ love grass. It is also the smallest grain in the world that grows primarily in Ethiopia. Locals in the horn of Africa country grow it for subsistence and for sale. It is common to find the protein-and energy-rich crop in wot or family stews. It is also a good source of porridge and bread that does not raise as it contains no yeast. In some areas there is also a beer that locals brew from the milled grain. Physically, the crop underperforms in height than other grasses as it grows to a stature of 1.2 meters.
Teff is a key source of protein. It contains a high volume of magnesium for metabolism and strong bones at 136 percent of the daily value. It also features high contents of calcium for strong teeth enamel. Its iron content is also high which reinforces the hemoglobin part of blood. Its phosphorous level is 17 percent of the daily value. Though it makes bread, it does not have glutelin, a component that is necessary for raising wheat products.
We source Ethiopia teff from the Gojam and Shewa areas where the crop grows as an income produce. Family growers usually transport the harvest long distance by donkeys. We usually convey our produce form the farm by trucks that keep it in a fresh hydrated manner. Our family sources usually cultivate less than 1.5 hectares of land and have Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certifications. They apply compost manure for soil enrichment and abstain from chemical use.
We harvest Ethiopia teff the same way as sorghum and millet. We cut the chaffs from the top of the plant using sharp cutlery by hand means. Soon after harvest, we pack Ethiopia teff onto akomada, which refers to goatskin bags in Amharic. We also use woven sacks that keep the chaff aerated all the way to the packing shed. This is followed by forced air drying. We then thresh the produce to remove the chaff from the grains. This is followed by winnowing which leaves the grains free of impurities.
We pack Ethiopia teff into a minimum of 25 kilo gunny bags. We also use similar weights in our custom propylene bags that preserve the grains in a well-hydrated manner. We also go for the internationally accredited kraft paper bags that can carry the grains in light packages.
We store Ethiopia teff under cool, dry conditions in temperatures of below 15° Celsius. We then transport the produce to the port of Djibouti or in small quantities to the Bola International Airport under precooled conditions.
Thus, if you are looking forward to the next superfood among world grains, look no further than our supply of Ethiopia teff. We offer quantities that match your total tonnage requirements. Our pricing care is witnessed by the fair prices per shipment that are below those of the market. All this for produce that comes from Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)-certified zones of the country. Make an order today!
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