We're coffee lovers. We trade in all major Arabica and Robusta coffee qualities. Our aim is to serve a diverse range of customers from our farming partners, specialty roasters, all the way to local coffee shops.
We only source coffee from a network of farmers we know and trust, and adhere to sustainable farming practices.
By providing quality control, efficient logistics, risk management and contractual accountability, we expect to add value and stability to our supply chain.
As a proud member of the DMCC Coffee Centre, we turn green coffee beans into delicious roasted coffee.
We partner with the best independently owned specialty coffee roasters. They are our friends, fellow coffee fanatics, and trusted partners in the complex story of coffee, from crop to cup.
Through our collaboration with cooperatives and celebrities, we market specialty coffees, including carefully selected regional and international coffee brands to bring you some of the finest coffees from around the globe.
Our supply chain partners procure, process and deliver unique and excellent cuts of meat from the supplier to the consumer.
Poultry & Meat
Our diverse purchasing network provides us with real-time insight in order to meet local market needs on a global scale.
Chicken is lean and low in fat and calories. With so many ways to prepare chicken products, chicken will always have global appeal.
Our outstanding supply relationships with wholesale chicken suppliers and distributors in North America, Europe, and South America provide whole chicken, frozen chicken, broilers, and chicken by-products.
Turkey is a great source of protein and nutrients, and is a healthy meat choice. We provide whole frozen turkeys or pre-packaged sliced, minced, cutlets, and tenderloins.
The international beef industry is a challenging environment that requires a team experienced in the world’s leading producing regions, including the United States, Australia/NZ, Europe and South America.
Robusta coffee beans are produced largely at lower altitudes in the tropical areas of Asia and Africa. We supply standard grades as well as wet polished and washed Robustas.
The Coffee "Bean Belt"
Globally, there are three primary coffee growing regions – Central and South America, Africa and The Middle East and Southeast Asia. These regions are all located along the equatorial zone between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, widely known as the "Bean Belt".
Arabica coffee beans are grown at higher altitudes in tropical and temperate regions. It is milder, with less caffeine and more aromatic than Robusta beans.
From feed barley to feed grains, Cajary Majlis merchandises a wide variety of products for the animal feed sectors.
Barley grain is a grain used for livestock feed, raw material for alcohol and starch production, and food. We source barley grain from Russia and the Ukraine for delivery to global locations.
Feed grain is any grain used primarily to feed poultry, cattle, and hogs. Our feed grains can be fed whole, rolled, cracked, flaked or further processed into DDGS or cornmeal.
Pulses are the edible seeds of plants in the legume family. They grow in pods and come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.
The term ‘pulses’ is limited to crops harvested solely as dry grains, which differentiates them from other vegetable crops that are harvested while still green.
Our product portfolio includes three popular pulses: chickpeas, mung beans and yellow peas.
Cereal grains are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats, oils and protein, and are the most cultivated crops worldwide.
Leveraging our import and distribution network across key consumption regions in Africa and the Middle East, Cajary Majlis aims to become a leader merchandiser of cereal grains.
From chocolate to pastries, edible oil products are found in a remarkable range of everyday food and beverage products.
We merchandise the full range of oil seeds, including sunflower seeds, rapeseed and canola, as well as palm and soy.
Cajary Majlis makes history; becomes first African American and Woman-Owned Business to Join Dubai's DMCC Coffee Centre. Read more: In the News.