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10 June 2016

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Dee-dee Walters

Thank you, Hannah for this informative and important article, not only for those of us who prize good coffee but most of all for the strong courageous farmers in Haiti who have endured unimaginable hardship. It's gratifying to learn of new ways to support the Haitian people in addition to contributing to organizations such as Partners in Health.

Hannah M. Wallace

Glad you liked it! I think you can find the COCANO coffee beans via this web site, once the new harvest is ready! www.cafecocano.com I'm eager to try it, too.

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