Agricultural Raw Material.

Matière Première Agricole.

 

Our company is fully authorized to trade with ICUMSA. AQSIQ and GACC certified. Representative offices available in London, UK, and U.A.E. We export to Asia, especially to China.

All trade and contracts performed between us as Seller and you as Buyer go by the common rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.
We require strict adherence to our company procedures.

Contact us through our email agro@swissexport-ch.com, if you are looking to sell or buy Brazilian sugar - IC 45, 600-1200, Raw Turbinado. We have full authorization and licenses to trade with all ICUMSA variants worldwide including GACC for China, controlling the shares of dozen Sugar Refineries and Mills throughout Brazil.

Also, for Soybean GMO & NON-GMO, Frozen Chicken (Halal and Regular), Corn & Brazilian Coffee Beans. 

Simply put, we sell the absolute best and finest quality of sugar from Brazil.

  • Complete Quality Control Through SGS & CCIC 

  • Very Fast Delivery to Your Desired Safe Port

  • Working According to the Rules of the ICC

  • Our products include the variants of Sugar IC 45, 600-1200 and Brazillia.

 

Sugar Icumsa 45 : 

 

By the standards of the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis, this type of sugar represents the highest quality refined sugar available on the markets. It is the common sugar used for human consumption; people always come across it at any market in the world. Universally used in various industries: cooking, chocolate and sweets, juice production, medicine, among others.

As of 2023, Brazil remains the largest farming giant and producer or sugarcane, easily bypassing the other giants like Australia, Mexico, India, Thailand combined, with half of the world's sugar exports, coming from Brazil, the Santos port.

Long Shelf Life

As it is composed of up to 99.8% sucrose, it has the highest purity and can be stored up for up to 2 years. Making it super-profitable for buyers and importers.

Our process is super easy. There are very few requirements for placing an order with us. Our company's representatives will make it easy for you. We do have the sugar produced and ready for shipping and delivery. Just reach out to us.

View the Product Specifications here. Contact us for more information.

Brown Sugar Icumsa 600-1200: 

 

ICUMSA 600-1200 Sugar - Brazil today is the largest producer of sugarcane in the world, in addition to being the first in the production of ethanol and sugar, being responsible for 48% of world exports of this commodity. The term ICUMSA is an acronym called the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis, or the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis in free translation.

 

Brown Sugar

Brown sugars are produced by directly boiling a brown sugar syrup or by mixing white sugar with various amounts of molasses. It is an unrefined cane sugar from which the molasses has not been removed. Brown sugars tend to accumulate because they contain more moisture than white sugars, allowing baked goods to retain moisture well and remain chewy.

 

Light Brown Sugar

Light brown sugar, sometimes known as Demerara sugar or raw cane sugar, is often used in sauces and in most baked goods. It is a partially processed sugar that retains more of the molasses naturally present.

 

Dark Brown Sugar

Dark & brown sugar has a deeper color and stronger molasses flavor than light brown sugar - the rich, full flavor makes it ideal for gingerbread, beans, barbecue, and other full-flavored foods. The crystals are slightly thicker and stickier than normal brown sugar, giving that sugar a sandy texture.

Soybeans GMO & Non-GMO:

Currently, there are 2 types of soybeans, namely GMO soybeans, and non-GMO soybeans. GMO soybeans are soybeans that have undergone genetic engineering for a specific purpose. Non-GMO soybeans are soybeans that do not have genetic engineering and still have natural properties.

These beans typically have herbicide-resistant genes inserted into their genetic structure so that farmers can use herbicides to destroy invasive weeds without harming the soybean plant. These versatile beans may then be used for animal feed, pressed into soybean oil, or added as ingredients in foods like tofu.

Organic foods — products that are certified organic are also considered non-GMO due to their overlapping standards. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that all non-GMO foods are organic since they may contain various pesticides, antibiotics and hormones that are not permissible for organic labels.

Brazil Soybean GMO

Characteristics GMO Soy
Glyphosate transgenic (modified genetic code) soybean (herbicide) was approved in Brazil in 1999 and made it the first transgenic cultivation followed in the country.
Genetically Modified Soybeans (GM) are herbicide tolerant and insect resistant, this implemented technology improves soybeans and brings benefits to the farmer and the consumer.
Collaborates in reducing crop losses to increase farmer productivity and profitability.
- Less exposure to farmers of products due to fewer pesticide applications.
- Slows down the use of pesticides
- Lower environmental impact with fewer agricultural product, water, and fuel applications.
Brazil is the world's second largest producer of transgenic foods, followed by the United States and then Argentina. Soybean (oilseed) with a percentage of 96.5% planted in Brazil is transgenic.

Brazil Soybean NON-GMO

Free soy or non-GMO
Free Soy or non-GMO; Genetically Modified Organisms and the export of non-GMO products that Europeans annually seek 2.7 million tons.
Therefore, it is indispensable that they are cultivated on far away properties so as not to be get together with transgenic soybeans at the time of planting, harvesting and at the hour of being taken to sea transport.

The validity 5-year RTRS (Responsible Soybean Production) certification is approved by the European Commission as it meets the requirements of the European Renewable Energy Directive. These requirements must be met by any producer seeking certification of compliance with this standard. Responsible production with minimal social and environmental impact

Brazilian Corn Exports

 

Brazilian Corn - In 2019 Brazil became the largest exporter of corn in the world, even surpassing the United States, with shipments of 44.9 million tons, an increase of 88% in relation to the previous year. Brazilian corn production is the third largest in the world with increased productivity, and this record has made corn exports fifth in the ranking as one of the most exported products in Brazil. Japan, Iran, Vietnam, South Korea, and Egypt are some of the main destinations for Brazilian corn.

Brazilian Corn Export 

  • Contract time: 12 to 60 months
  • Departure: Port of Santos or other Brazilian port
  • Packaging: 50 KG bags
  • Minimum: 12.500 MT and multiple

To Request a quote:

  • 1. Type of Corn
  • 2. Monthly Amount of MT
  • 3. Contract Time (if not SPOT)
  • 4. Country of Destination and Port

 

Coffee bean

 

A coffee bean is a seed of the Coffea plant and the source for coffee. It is the pip inside the red or purple fruit. This fruit is often referred to as a coffee cherry. Just like ordinary cherries, the coffee fruit is also a so-called stone fruit.

There are 4 types of coffee bean. Arabica, Robusta, Excelsa and Liberica. All four have radically different taste profiles.

While one isn't necessarily better than the other, most people prefer Arabica over Robusta because it tastes better. Arabica is smoother and sweeter while Robusta is infamous for its bitter and traditional "coffee" flavor.

Grown at low altitude, for some people, coffee from Brazil is the best coffee in the world because of its delicate flavor profile when roasted for filter brewing.

Brazil. Situated in South America, Brazil is the top producer of coffee. They produce 2,68 million metric tons of coffee on average every year. Brazil has also held onto its first-place position as the world's largest coffee producer for over 150 years.

Of all the coffee producing countries, Brazil is the biggest producer of the Arabica variety in the world.

The “100% Arabica” Label
Coffee labelled as 100% arabica contains no robusta coffee. Hanna says that brands use this label to indicate that their coffee is high quality. She explains: “When arabica dominated world markets, before the middle of the 20th century, there was no need to market arabica in this way.

 

Brazilian Chicken Exports

 

Brazilian Chicken - Chicken meat is the most exported from Brazil - passing beef - and is present in a total of 158 countries worldwide. The largest consumer of Brazilian chicken is now Saudi Arabia, which holds 17% of our exports, followed by China with 11.5%. Brazil is also the world's largest Chicken exporter, has shipped four million tonnes of iron ore last year. The United States is the second largest exporter of this type of meat, exporting three million tonnes in the same period.

Brazilian exports of poultry meat grew by 3.2% in February and soared 24% in revenues, with higher prices being influenced by factors such as the scarce supply problems related to avian influenza in several parts of the country World. Brazil, the world's largest exporter of Chicken meat exported 330,200 thousand tons to 319,900 tons in February 2016, considering all products shipments (in natura, sausages, processed), according to data released Monday by the Brazilian Association of Protein Animal (ABPA). Revenue, exports yielded 566.2 million, compared with 456.5 million dollars in the same month last year, ABPA said.

In the first half of 2016, Brazil exported 2.22 million tons of meat- 276,000 tons more than in relation to 2015. According to data released by the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein, good numbers of the beginning of the year ensured a 13% increase in exports compared to the first half of 2015. in production, Brazil is second only to the United States, which produced last year 18 million tons of chicken from thirteen million tons Brazilian.

Main Brazilian Chicken Types / Specification

 

Fresh or Frozen: The term fresh on a poultry label refers to any raw poultry product that has never been held below 26°F. Raw poultry held at 0°F or below must be labeled frozen or previously frozen. No specific labeling is required on raw poultry stored at temperatures between 0 and 25°F.

Cuts (Meat x Bone): Cuts are fraction with or without skin / bone and mutilations. For export the wing is marketed as drumette, mid-wing and wing tip. Although the breast is the major focus for the different sectors of the meat industry, the thigh and drumstick are the most consumed products, in the South, Southeast and Midwest regions of Brazil.

Carcass: Chicken carcass is the product without viscera, usually weighing below 2000 g for use in the meat products industry (as cuts). Above this weight, it is more used for frozen whole. Some authors describe the carcass: with or without neck, head, and viscera edible.

With February exports, shipments of chicken meat in the country ended the first quarter of 693.1 thousand tons, up 8.9% over the result of the same period of 2016. In revenue, growth reached 28.7 with 1.167 million, The highest value of the last four years for the period. "Large importers such as Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the European Union increased their purchases in February, favoring the results in a month that traditionally has lower performance due to shorter working days," said the CEO Of ABPA, Francisco Turra. In May, exports totaled 349,900 tonnes, a volume 11.1% worse than in the same period last year, at 393,600 tonnes. Revenue fell by 2.6% to a total of $ 596.9 million, compared to $ 612 million in May 2016.

"The industry is still recovering from the internationally generated effects of deceptive disclosure of the Carne Baja operation. Some markets, such as China, Hong Kong, Kuwait, and others still perform less than the equivalent social period 2016. However, that sales recorded between March and June last year reached extraordinary levels, about four hundred thousand tons.

Conditions

  • Contract time: 12 to 60 months
  • Departure: Port of Santos or other Brazilian port
  • Packaging: 50 KG bags
  • Minimum: 12.500 MT and multiple

To request a quote:

  • 1. Type of Chicken
  • 2. Monthly Amount of MT
  • 3. Contract Time (if not SPOT)
  • 4. Country of Destination and Port

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