Open a Business for Selling Coffee,Tea and Spices in Russia
Open a Business for Selling Coffee,Tea and Spices in RussiaUpdated on Saturday 15th December 2018
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Russia offers many business opportunities to foreign entrepreneurs. One can establish a company in the food and beverages sector in which the sale of various products can bring substantial profits. Among these, starting a company for selling coffee, tea and spices can be very successful in Russia, as these products are not cultivated here.
Enterprisers who want to set up Russian businesses for selling tea and spices can import these products from neighboring countries in Asia, while the coffee can be imported from renowned countries in Africa and South America.
If you want to open a company for selling coffee, tea and spices, our lawyers in Russia can guide you.
Steps for opening a shop for selling coffee, tea and spices in Russia
Foreign investors can open small or medium-sized businesses through which they can sell coffee, tea and spices as these are very appreciated by locals and tourists. The first step in setting up such a shop is to register a company with the Russian Companies Registrar.
Once the company is registered, it must obtain other specific licenses and undergo the verification of the authorities in charge of issuing the authorizations for starting to operate a shop for selling coffee, tea and spices.
Our law firm in Russia can help foreign enterprisers with the registration of the coffee shop with the Trade Registry.
Licenses for selling coffee, tea and spices in Russia
At the moment, Russia is one of the largest importers of tea in the world. Companies selling coffee, tea and spices here will usually need to import these products by complying with the impositions of the Customs Authorities.
Russian companies selling coffee, tea and spices must:
- - obtain VAT numbers which enable them to import coffee, tea and spices;
- - the products must be accompanied by import documents issued by the producers;
- - the products must also be accompanied by certificates of origin issued by the producers;
- - specific labels must be placed on the coffee, tea and spice packages;
- - the coffee shop must store the products in the conditions mentioned on their labels.
If you are interested in starting a business for selling coffee, tea and spices in Russia, do not hesitate to contact our local law firm for guidance.