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Welcome to the new Cafe Campesino online store!

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Last night we upgraded our internet store - we sure hope that you like the new, cleaner site. We have been selling coffee and accessories through the internet since 1998 - and we really appreciate your willingness to stick with us through these password changes and store upgrades. Have fun cruising around the store and feel free to call or write us if you have questions. We love hearing from you!

Some new features:

  • Staff favorites coffee section.
  • More grind choices
  • A built in Blog for all the latest news and information.
  • Expanded Producer Partner Pages.

The new store uses the latest technology to provide:

  • A search engine with "Did you mean?" functionality
  • Facebook "Like" and Twitter "Tweet" buttons on product pages
  • Mobile ready for easy use on all of your devices.
  • A Guest checkout option.
  • Order confirmation emails.
  • Order tracking links sent automatically via email.
  • Your own address book.
  • Create your private or public Wishlists.
  • Review products and read other shopper's reviews.
  • View your order history and easily place re-orders.
  • No need for a free shipping coupon code, if your order is over $50, you can select "Free Shipping" at checkout

The new store uses "Bank vault security" which means it is PCI compliant and the data center employs hacker deterrent security provisioning, three redundant network architectures and hardware firewalls.

That means the store is highly secure for all orders.

For security reasons, we do need to ask you to reset your password. If you have not already done so, you may click here and change it now. Just enter your email from our previous store and check your email for the reset link.

We hope you enjoy using our website. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us using the contact us form, or by calling 229-924-2468.

Best, Team Cafe Campesino

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