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Redl’s return – after many weeks of close calls with wildfires, twice being ordered off the ranch, highway closures, assisting neighbours and their livestock and helping catch looters, Redl’s Homegrown Beef returns to the Abbotsford market this Saturday.

Also in the market this week are Valley Gold Honey and Kics Lemonade.

Joining us for the first time is Salty Products. They have an alternate barbeque grill cleaning option that does not include the potentially hazardous wire brush.

Fraser Health Authority is in the market for the next few weeks talking about harm reduction.

And the City of Abbotsford has two booths in the market. They have tips and handouts dealing with water conservation and can answer questions about dealing with solid waste.

Live entertainment this week is the South American influenced flutes and pan pipes of Rumi.

Public Health Nurses from Abbotsford Health Unit will be attending The Abbotsford Farm and Country Market on August 26, September 2, and September 9, 2017.  We continue to see opioid overdose related deaths, especially in private homes, and we would like to provide a Naloxone kit to you if you use substances, have a history of substance use or are likely to witness and respond to an overdose, including family and friends of people who use substances.  Come by our booth and see one of the nurses for a kit or if you have any questions related to Naloxone.

To learn more about Abbotsford Farm and Country Markets visit abbotsfordfarmandcountrymarket.com or phone (604) 996-1542
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