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Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize - foods to bring back?

lobsterkiller | Jan 17, 201411:41 AM     2

I am having a surprisingly difficult time finding an answer to this - maybe I am using the wrong keywords to search.

I'll be visiting Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize next week and am curious to know which food products I should be looking for to bring home. Everyone keeps saying "coffee and chocolate!", but I feel like there has to be more than that. I normally bring food gifts back...if it really will be just coffee and chocolate, do you have any advice as to what exactly I should be looking for?

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