Bukoba Coffee: Inspection and Grading

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1936
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Jervis, T.S
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The object of grading any commodity for market is to achieve recognized standards of quality on which trade may be based, so as to afford buyers a degree of security in regard to the quality of their purchases. This security stimulates demand, and competitive prices result which help the primary producer. It was to attain this object that Government introduced the inspection and grazing of coffee in Bukoba in 1932, when the need for action became imperative owing to the fast waning interest of the more profitable markets.
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East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal, 1, pp. 366-368
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