Who We Are
Our headquarters are located in Northern Mexico in Hermosillo, Sonora. The company was started in 1946 and to this day remains a major producer in Mexico. Kafeson, the parent brand, has been selling coffee in supermarkets in Sonora and Chihuahua Mexico and Baja California.
At Kafecina Coffee, we purchase our coffee beans from the highland mountain region of Southern Mexico and our roasting process produces a light, delicate flavor coffee with a hint of brisk acidity with a medium body consistency. Our coffee beans are grown in the state’s southeast corner in the mountains near the Guatemalan border.
The strengths that differentiate us are: reliability, expertise, quality and customer focus. Our export and import partner companies are strategically located in Mexico and the United States so, depending on where we ship, we have viable solutions to support your business and customers. At Kafecina, we ensure that our clients receive an excellent product in an efficient and timely fashion.
Our coffee is perhaps the best to serve black because of its light and brisk acidic taste. But whether you prefer rich black coffee or coffee tailored to your individual taste, we know you’ll agree our coffee is -
What sets Kafecina Coffee’s private label program apart is not only the exceptional quality and selection of our coffee, but our ability to customize coffee to meet your exact needs. We offer a large selection of conventional, flavored, decaffeinated, and organic coffees. Our fourteen products enable you to put together...
Kafecina Coffee is a large producer of roasted coffee products. At the current time our production facility is producing 75 tons of coffee each month. Retail prices displayed on this website are not the wholesale equivalent. Discounted wholesale prices are available for minimum coffee orders in 5 pound bags. Wholesale...
Under the exporter/importer business relationship there are obligations we each need to meet. Foreign importers are required to register and clear our coffee products with their Customs Service and responsible government agencies. Many importers employ brokers to speed up the application process and biosecurity inspection services. Once the necessary permits...