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It's that time again. We've compiled a small but meaningful list of great Twitter accounts for any Phoenix foodie to follow.

If you're like us, you love breakfast at all times of the day. If you're looking for the latest scoop from some of the best breakfast spots in the Valley, then get your Twitter on and find some great deals and the latest news from these morning people.

Fair Trade Cafe (@FairTradeCafeAZ)
Cold brewed iced coffee, everything locally roasted, all fair trade, organic, and shade grown. It's like the nicest cup of coffee you'll ever drink. They tweet loads of events and all the happenings at both locations.

Giant Coffee (@giantcoffeeAZ)
Grab some reads at Burton Barr and head over to Giant after being wooed with their pics of freshly baked goods and just in case you weren't updated, they have taken credit cards since last November - now you have no excuses to forgo a fantastic cup of coffee.

The Good Egg (@thegoodegg)
This Phoenix and Tucson staple tweets all kinds of promos like free OJ or special "double stamp" days. If you've got that loyalty card burning a hole in your wallet, use it up on double stamp day and get yourself some free food.

La Grande Orange (@LGOGrocery)
It's hard to resist the english muffins, the local fruit cup or any of the egg dishes here. Pick up a birthday gift and tonight's bottle of wine while your there and you're so set. Follow their tweets about new shop items, events and even news about their new sister restaurant in Santa Monica, The Misfit.

Royal Coffee (@royalcoffeebar)
Sip expertly pulled espresso like a king at Royal. Two prime locations (one at the Downtown Market and the other at The Biltmore) make for relaxed and happy tweets about spending quality time getting your coffee fix.

Tryst Cafe (@trystcafe)
Tryst believes in our breakfast love, keeping their breakfast menu available until 2:30 p.m. - thank you Tryst. Try any of their organic, natural, hormone/antibiotic-free, locally grown meals and be hooked. Our own Laura Hahnefeld really enjoyed the Hawaiian breakfast. Tryst is offering aloyalty program and shares updates on their twitter page.

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