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EL SALVADORIAN PRODUCER AIDA BATLLE TOURS AUSTRALIA

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From 17 – 25 November 2016, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne were graced with the presence of fifth-generation El Salvadorian coffee farmer and Director of the Specialty Coffee Association, Aida Batlle.

Aida made a quick tour of

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