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We provide high quality Tanzania haricot bean to the local and export markets. We source the raw fresh Tanzania haricot beans from family growers in northern Tanzania.
Tanzania haricot bean (a member of Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is mainly an export crop from one of the biggest bean-producing countries in the East African region. Tanzania produces haricot beans worth at least 0.7 tons or up to 1.1 tons per hectare. The crop mainly grows in the northern and mid-western parts such as Mwanza, Arusha and Bukoba. In appearance, the seed is pear-shaped and has a creamy white or light brown color. The plump, oval seed also goes by the name navy bean in the United States. There are also places where its name is pea bean or simply haricot.
Its native continent is both North and South America where it first grew thousands of years ago. Like other bean varieties, the haricot came to Tanzania from the US 300 years ago.
Every serving of haricot beans features a vitamin B-6 proportion of 10 percent of the daily value. The level of magnesium is 25 percent of the daily requirements. The concentration of vitamin C stands at 31 percent of the daily needs, good enough for boosting immunity. The level of calcium for strong teeth enamel is 1 percent of the daily requirements. The concentration of potassium for balancing the electrolytes in blood is 8 percent of the daily requirements. There is also an iron presence of 10 percent of the daily value, which is sufficient for preventing chronic diseases and sharpening brain function. It is also a source of energy with a carbohydrate level of 4 percent per serving.
We source Tanzania haricot beans from family growers in the northern and mid-western parts of the country. Our Bukoba farmers grow the crop in rows together with other common beans for both subsistence and trade. Our sources own around two acres of land that they cultivate under farmyard manure. They also keep their farms free of chemical sprays.
We harvest Tanzania haricot beans when the leaves have turned yellow about 60 to 90 days after planting. We use sickles and garden scissors to cut the pods off the stems. We also uproot the whole plant and take it to the threshing point. We use rolling pins or hand means to extract the seeds from the hulls. We also have machines that do the threshing in minutes for urgent shipments.
We pack Tanzania haricot beans in cartons, crates and custom boxes. Our basic weight measure is 6.8 kilograms. We also have two flexible weight allowances of 12 and 14 kilograms. Whatever the size of the package, we ensure that our produce stays in a pre-cooled condition until it is ready to ship. We feature produce labels that include the bean’s name, the net weight and the country of origin.
We store Tanzania haricot beans in designate cold rooms at 7 to 13 degrees Celsius. We maintain a relative humidity of at least 85% and maximum 95%. We convey the produce from the farm to the packinghouse and then to the airport by our refrigerated trucks. Expect any package you have ordered from us to reach your destination in the space of a day or two after dispatching from Julius Nyerere International Airport, Dar-es-Salaam.
We are therefore your go-to for all Tanzania haricot bean requirements. We curate our farmers and enjoin those with Global Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certifications. This makes our produce pass the minimum residual level test easily. In terms of quantity, we meet your exact tonnage by liaising with as many farmers as possible per season. Our rates on the other hand are quite fair and accessible. This is why you should make an order today!