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Local coffee roaster licence (initials)Roasting coffee transforms the chemical and physical properties of green coffee beans into roasted coffee products. A business wishing to roast coffee must be registered as local coffee roaster with the Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) and be issued with a local coffee roaster licence. The licence is valid for one financial year beginning 1st July (to 30th June).Coffee liquorer's licence (initials)A coffee liquorer is a person with formal training in classifying coffee by tasting.The coffee liquorer licence is issued by the Tanzania Coffee Board and has unlimited validity. Coffee exporter can contract the service of the coffee liquorer.
Green coffee is coffee that has not been roasted. Export of green coffee is regulated by The Tanzania Coffee Board who issues the green coffee export licence. The licence is valid for one financial year beginning 1st July (to 30th June).
Direct export of premium green coffee (initials)A grower of coffee (farmer, cooperative, estate owner) who intends to export coffee through direct sale (without going through the coffee auction) must obtain the direct export of premium coffee licence issued by the Tanzania Coffee Board . The licence is valid for one financial year beginning 1st July (to 30th June). Premium coffee means top grade and high quality coffee which has been uniquely prepared. Direct coffee exporters can only export coffee that is deemed premium.Instant coffee export licence (initials)A business wishing to export instant coffee must be registered as an exporter with Tanzania Coffee Board and be issued with the instant coffee export licence. The licence is valid for one financial year beginning 1st July to 30th June. Roast and ground coffee export licence (initials)A business wishing to export roasted and grounded coffee must be registered as an exporter with the Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) and be issued with a roasted and grounded coffee export licence. The licence is valid for one financial year beginning 1st July to 30th June.
A tea export permit issued by Tea board of Tanzania is required when the firm wishes to export precessed tea from Tanzania and issued for the firm which has registered as processsor of tea only. This permit given per the declared consignment.