Indus Pays Special Attention to Coffee Growing Condition

Indus Coffee | 24th May, 2018

Coffee plants require very specific climatic conditions to grow. They are grown at high altitudes, preferably in a moist, tropical climate, with soils and temperatures varying between 15°C and 28 °C and rainfall from 150 to 250 cm. It does not tolerate frost, snowfall, high temperature above 30°C and strong sunshine and is generally grown under shady trees.

Indus coffee recognizes this aspect that high-quality coffee needs specific growing condition. Hence it has set up the manufacturing facility in South India, very near to Chennai with proximity to (import) quality raw materials and ports for easy access for exports.

At Indus complete attention to detail is giving to farming and sustainable production of coffee. Through regular training and regular visits to production fields, the company reinforces the importance of good plantation management. The sensations of aroma, flavor, body, and acidity that you enjoy with each Indus coffee experience is rooted in these mystical efforts.

Coffee is a complex agricultural product and deserves the utmost care. And Indus is fortunate to work with some of the best knowledgeable team of professionals to help you provide the best cup of java.

Indus recognizes that high-quality coffee can gain an amazing opportunity for all. With a commitment to continuously improve the overall quality of coffee production, the company aims to deliver significant, timely and yet achievable economic gains for everyone in the business.

Quality, consistency and timely delivery are the keywords for Indus Coffee and the management is committed to it at any cost. The company is ISO and HACCP certified and all the products meet International Standards.

Currently, Indus plant produces 10 different types and qualities of spray dried instant coffee and granulated coffee according to the customized specifications and also internationally recognized standards. As the worldwide demand for coffee continues to grow – Indus further aims to be the No. 1 exporter of instant coffee from India.

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