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Old 07-10-2009, 06:33 PM
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Where can I buy Good Coffee From in Moresby?

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I travel to Port Moresby fairly regularly for work. I have been buying coffee (beans) from the local supermarket to take home to Australia with me. Can anyone recommend anywhere else where I might be able to buy the 'real' (preferable organic) PNG coffee beans at a competative price? I look to by about 10kgs at a time.

Thanks for any help you can give.

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Hi,
I travel to Port Moresby fairly regularly for work I have been buying coffee (beans) from the local supermarket to take home to Australia with me. Can anyone recommend anywhere else where I might be able to buy the 'real' (preferable organic) PNG coffee beans at a competative price? I look to by about 10kgs at a time.

Thanks for any help you can give.

Cheers
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Old 30-11-2009, 04:14 PM
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Not sure where you can get some good coffee in Pom. You would rather pay for the ones you get packed at the duty free shops or at Boroko Food world.

If you ever in Mt Hagen for a visit, you can visit the Banz Coffee factory near the airport and they can prepare your coffee while you wait. Fresh roasted Banz coffee. You can speak with the guys at APNG terminal to help you out.
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Hello,

I am distrubuting in small scale organic coffee from Kongo & Goroka Coffee at very reasonable price of K20 per 230 grames packet.

Email me on:ruma_finance1@y7mail.com

I am based in Lae
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I buy my organic coffee beens from SVS Korobosea or at Boroko Foodworld. It is much cheaper to buy it from there than duty free. About 8-10k for a 250 gr bag of beans or grounds (Organic Coffee Paradiso Highlands grown Arabica bronze bag is my favorite) They also have bulk bags in different brands. The cheapest I ever bought was in Madang and that was Banz Coffee for 5k for 250 grams.
Hope this helps. It is only 1 week since i bought coffee in POM>
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