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Cafe Amadeo Development Cooperative
Barangay Dagatan, Amadeo, Cavite - 4119 Philippines
Contact Person: Cafe Amadeo Development Cooperative
Contact Number: (046) 682 0074 / 0917 503 9574
Email Address: cafeamadeo_devtcoop@yahoo.com.ph
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