XSProject Grand Opening

Organic Farm Opening a Big Success

Many thanks to Dr. Titi and RSIA Lestari Hospital for helping XSProject at the Grand Opening of the XSProject Organic Farm.
Our guests enjoyed the tour of the farm, given by our 3 farmers Andre, Rudy and Armand. Guests went home with fresh organic produce and some great XSProject products!

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