The Pacific Farmers Co-op was a high capacity mill on 4.45 acres of fee simple land just above Kealakekua Bay.
Comprised of multiple bldgs. with newer warehouse facility.
This property includes the newer built visitor center that has sold retail coffee and macnuts to the many visitors frequenting the area that includes 3 newer septic systems that had been installed for this center. Easy access for both production and visitors...fabulous opportunity!!
* Historic use dates back 100 years to Dillingham Corp. in the early days of the Kona Coffee industry.
* When operating, the facility processed coffee from berries to roasted, and macs from the field to finished retail units.
* There are numerous buildings used for the two crops that were processed here.
* Some of the MACNUT processing equipment is as follows (some equipment no longer available):
* Mac Nut Crackers
* Huskers that can process large quantity of hundred-pound bags
* Grinder for macnut shells with higher capacity
* 8 Dryer holding units that can dry 35,000 pounds of Macs in shell (propane fired)
* Some of the COFFEE processing equipment (may be available) as follows:
* 8 holding tanks for 35,000 lbs of parchment coffee that can reduce it to 11.5% moisture
* Processing equipment for coffee skin processing for juice extracts for additives to cosmetics
* Dryers that can process up to 2500 pounds of coffee from dry to wet to dry for cosmetics
* 2 plate sorters that can produce 2,000 lbs. of green coffee per day
* Four 1,200 pound vertical dryers that can final process 3,000 pounds
* Large capacity coffee roaster in Visitor Center (see pics).
* 2 inch water line serves the Mill; and 3 phase power
Facility and all equipment sold in "As Is Condition" . Some equipment separately.