Natural Guji Grade 4 coffee comes from the Guji region, a prominent coffee-growing area in the Oromia region of Ethiopia.
Grade 5 beans are slightly smaller in size compared to Grade 4, and they may have some minor defects.
Grade 4 beans are usually larger and more uniform in size compared to lower grades, indicating better quality and consistency.
Grade 5 beans are slightly smaller than Grade 4 beans and may have minor defects.
Grade 4 beans are typically larger and more uniform in size compared to lower grades.
Wollega type sesame seed refers to a specific variety of sesame seeds that is grown in the Wollega region of Ethiopia. Wollega is known for its sesame seed production, and the seeds from this region are highly regarded for their quality and flavor.
White Humera sesame seeds refer to a specific variety of sesame seeds that are grown in the Humera region of Ethiopia. Humera is known for producing high-quality sesame seeds, particularly the white variety.
Ethiopian sunflower refers to sunflower (Helianthus annuus) plants that are cultivated in Ethiopia. Sunflowers are popular globally for their large, vibrant flowers and nutritious seeds.
Ethiopian rapeseed cake, also known as rapeseed meal or rapeseed cake, refers to the byproduct obtained after the oil extraction process from rapeseed (Brassica napus) in Ethiopia. It is commonly used as animal feed due to its high protein and nutrient content.
Ethiopian peanuts refer to peanuts (Arachis hypogaea) that are grown in Ethiopia. Peanuts, also known as groundnuts, are a popular legume crop worldwide and are widely consumed as a snack or used in various culinary preparations.