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Nora Bean Coffee
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It all started with a nickname. Nora Bean. A name my father came up with out of nowhere and most likely didn’t expect it to become the name of a coffee roasting business, but here we are. My daughter Nora, is the inspiration for both the nickname and the cause of our company. If there is one thing that my Wife and I have learned in parenting, it’s that you will be exhausted 100% of the time. That’s where the coffee comes in. And we aren’t talking about your typical store bought large batch coffee beans. We’re talking small batch, carefully roasted and inspected fresh coffee from the source.


Not only is our coffee just that damn good, but it also supports two great causes that hit home for us. Congenital Heart Disease, and Type One Diabetes. Having our daughter Nora go through open heart surgery at five days old, due to Congenital Heart Disease, and knowing the trauma that comes with that, as well as having a Wife with Type One Diabetes, we couldn’t think of better causes to support. A portion of all profits will be split and donated to researching/curing these two diseases that have become a very real part of our lives before, and after the birth of our children.


So if you want a great cup of coffee from coffee beans roasted with care, and to support a good cause at the same time, order yourself a bag of our coffee beans. You won’t be disappointed and every time you take a sip, you’ll know that you supported a great cause.


Thanks for your support.

-The Team at Nora Bean

President of Nora Bean Coffee Roasters

Leicester, MA
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Leicester
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Massachusetts
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USA
Patriot Foods
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P.O. Box 857
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Michigan
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Foreign suppliers are making billions of dollars from imported produce. Labor laws, food safety, irrigation and water sanitation. These areas are just a few to mention. These laws are heavily enforced on the U.S. farmer. Foreign countries do not have comparable labor laws, food safety, irrigation, or water sanitation. U.S. farm laws are in place for your safety. When foreign countries can produce fruits and vegetables without comparable regulations, and then dump them into the American markets, it creates a catastrophic situation for the American Farmer. This is definitely not a level playing field. We understand the pressures that imported foods are putting on the American Farmer and the time is now to support them!
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(616) 268-9110