|Palm Oil Farm -
Parrita, Costa Rica, central pacific, province of Puntarenas.The property is located on the southern end of Parrita and the entire property is flat.
The owner is selling, because he would like to retire, although he would be willing to help set up the new management team.
The drainage system is very good, it is set up to water all plants and trees during the dry season. The banks of the Parrita river have been reinforced, there is no flooding on this property, and the new bridge is almost finished. The farm is eligible for all building permits
There are 8 employees currently working, and included in the selling price is also 2 tractors and a house with 4 bedrooms 2000 sq. ft.
The operating costs are small and all details can be provided in a timely fashion.
The factory nearby is exporting 66% of the production to be used for food and creams. The rest they keep in Costa Rica for frying oil.
The production of oil is 23% from the fruits. Current Production Numbers:
The farm is producing around 250 tons per month
- 2700 tons per year
- Price per ton is around $100
- profit $22.500 per month
The interest in Palm Oil has risen dramatically given the recent controversy: the palm oil industry emphasizes "that contrary to popular opinion, palm oil contains large quantities of oleic acid, the healthy fatty acid also found in olive oil and canola oil, and claims that palmitic acid also affects cholesterol levels much like oleic acid."
Palm oil was previously the second-most widely produced edible oil, after soybean oil, up until the 2004-2005 marketing year, 33.5 million metric tons were produced worldwide, compared to 32.6 million metric tons of soybean oil.
Scientists have found that biodiesel made from palm oil grown on sustainable non-forest land and from established plantations can effectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Please call now for more info at. 1-505 807 2028, or Andre Ruoff cell. +506-8849 7542, local office: +506-2643 1500, email. email@example.com