Best Certified Organic Instant Coffee

  • Best Certified Organic Green Coffee Beans

    At Golden Bean Trade or GBT, we are committed to the farmers and people working in the coffee farms as they are the people who grow coffee for the world. We want the coffee farms to be productive for future generations as well so that both coffee lovers, as well as farmers, have a sustainable life, while keeping in harmony with the ecosystem and environment of earth. This is the reason that we offer rainforest alliance certified organic green coffee beans.

    The Rainforest Alliance

    The Rainforest Alliance is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) dedicated to conserving biodiversity. The organization is working in more than 70 countries across the globe. The group is working to ensure sustainable livelihoods in the coffee industry by improving the practices of using the farms, business practices, and the behavior of the customers. The NGO was established in 1987 by Daniel Katz, and it introduced the first sustainable forestry certification program in 1989. The certificate aims to boost the environmentally friendly and socially responsible forest, farm management, and forest resources. The Rainforest Alliance certified more than 113 million acres of forest across the world by 2016. The NGO offers various certificates as sustainable forestry certificate, Sustainable agriculture certificates, and Rainforest Alliance certified seal.

    The Rainforest Alliance buys certified rainforest alliance coffee beans and sells it in the market.

    We bring you certified organic green coffee beans of high quality at the most reasonable price and assure you that every sip will give you the experience of a lifetime.      


    Throughout our years in this business, we have established a bond of mutual trust and communication with our clients. Our clients rely on us as they know we can deliver to them the best organic instant coffee beans. We are punctual and efficient in our service. Our clients have no complaints or grievances regarding our services or the way we do business. If you have any further queries regarding our services, policies and business management techniques, feel free to contact us and we will assist you in the best way that we can. We are only a conversation away! Avail us today and we will deliver you with certified organic green coffee beans within the shortest period of time possible. 





    • SANTOS NY 2/3 – SCREEN 17/18  – SSFC
    • SANTOS NY 2/3 – SCREEN 14/16  – MTGB
    • SANTOS NY 2/3 – SCREEN  17/18 – GC 
    • SANTOS NY 2/3 – SCREEN  17/18 – GC 
    • GRINDERS – GC  

               ROBUSTA – CONILON

    • RIO MINAS SCREEN 17/18 
    • RIO MINAS SCREEN 14/16



    Methylene Chloride (MC), or KVW  (Kaffee  Veredelugs Werk), also known as the “European Method” of decaf, is a decaffeination process that uses a solvent to decaffeinate coffee. Coffee is soaked in near-boiling water, then washed with methylene chloride (the MC particles bond to the caffeinated molecules of the coffee), and finally the MC solvent is removed and the beans are reintroduced back into the liquid to reabsorb the oil/flavor of the beans. Though this process involves chemicals, it has been approved by US Drugs and Food Administration. This method helps in the coffee beans becoming richer in aroma and taste and more potent. Therefore this process increases the quality of the coffee beans and helps the customers enjoy the experience of drinking the best organic instant coffee.


    Brazil is the largest worldwide producer of certified coffee. The country is also the largest global supplier of UTZ CERTIFIED coffee; in 2010 about 1 million bags of UTZ CERTIFIED coffee were exported from Brazil. From all UTZ CERTIFIED coffee sold worldwide, 38% comes from Brazil, 22% from Vietnam and 18% from Honduras. Besides interest in certified coffees by the international coffee market, domestic markets are also increasingly seeing the importance of certification. We understand the demands and the trends of the international market and have made it successfully in the coffee business by providing our customers with certified organic green coffee beans.


    RAC CERTIFIED COFFEE IN BRAZIL Since 2003, the area and volume of certified coffee produce has been increasing, causing significant changes in environmental and agricultural management in addition to the livelihoods of The Cerrado Farm of Minas Gerais. The main source for production of RAC certified coffee stands out in Brazil; accounting for 61% of the national production and 19% of the region Sul de Minas’. In 2014 Brazil produced 2,736,855 60kg bags. We export the majority of our certified organic coffee beans.


    Coffee farmers in 30 countries produce in accordance with Fairtrade Standards.

    – 80% of Fairtrade coffee comes from Latin America (mostly from Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Nicaragua and Costa Rica), but Fairtrade coffee farmers also live in countries like Uganda, Tanzania and Indonesia.

    – In 2013/14, coffee farmers received €49 million in Fairtrade Premium funds.

    – Fairtrade farmers cultivate Arabica (milder and more expensive) and Robusta (stronger and less expensive) coffee beans.

    Coffee is Fairtrade consumers’ favourite product, accounting for 25 percent of all retail sales.

    The Fairtrade Standards Certificate ensures the proper production and supply of certified organic green coffee beans.



    The 4C project is a code of conduct developed for the coffee sector. It is based on the observance of 28 principles and the exclusion of 10 unacceptable practices such as child labour. Members of this multiparty initiative include Aldi, Kraft and even Nestlé. The 4C project (Common Code for the Coffee Community), was initiated in 2003 by the German Coffee Association (DKV) and the German development cooperation, and brings together representatives of the coffee industry, producers, trade unions, NGOs, certification organizations and international institutions. Before its official establishment in 2006, this group finalized a code of conduct directly inspired by the UN Millennium Goals. It is designed to provide operators in the coffee marketing chain with sustainable livelihoods, with a social, environmental and economic dimension, while helping in the improvement of production, manufacture and supply of rainforest alliance coffee beans. This initiative has certainly helped making the coffee industry a better place, for both the workers, owners, suppliers and customers. By regulating the practices of harvesting and manufacturing coffee under ethical and legal standards, the 4C project has helped improve the coffee industry and by providing the customers with best organic instant coffee. The workers can work under a humane condition, with their rights and benefits, while also not harming the environment. This ultimately helps in a larger production and supply of rainforest alliance coffee beans.