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Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

17th April, 2016
Aaron Page of Bean West in Westport, Co Mayo Picture: Conor McKeown

Coffee roasting is a family affair for Aaron Page of Bean West in Westport.

The New Zealander moved to Mayo in 2010 to be with his then girlfriend and now wife, Caitriona, and set up Bean West in 2013. At the time, the couple had two children aged under 18 months.

Three years on, both their family and their business have grown. The pair now have three children (“They’re desperately trying to grow coffee plants from our green...

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