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Practically organic, Australian coffee thrives in our cooler subtropical conditions, free of the pests and diseases that require nasty sprays in most coffee growing nations. Our growers use biological and sustainable farming practices, such as composting and mulching all coffee tree trimmings, fruit skins, and parchment from processing, and then feed it back into the trees to cool the soil, inhibit weeds, and feed the worms.

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