New and enticing food trucks come to Agrifair

The annual event returns to Exhibition Park in Abbotsford from July 31 to Aug. 3

Food truck grills will be sizzling at Agrifair from July 31 to Aug. 3 with some new mouth-watering fair food to whet your appetite this year.

Located at Exhibition Park beside the A & D Music Community Stage, the food court is where you’ll find not only the usual scrumptious favourites such as juicy burgers and hotdogs, but also some new tasty delights.

Savour the flavour of the unique farmer sausage or hamburger poutine made with fresh, hand-cut fries and authentic cheese curds.

Or bite into a juicy rotisserie port sandwich or a beef, chicken or barbecue sausage empanada.

You’ll also find some “extreme” comfort food like gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, including the Bacon Bomb and Cheese’s Steak sandwiches.


Include a cup of ice cold and refreshing raspberry ice lemonade to wash it all down.

If all you need is a quick fix, snack on a bag of sweet and salty Kettle Korn or try another flavour like confetti corn, a colourful mix of sweet flavour, or the Chicago mix including caramel and real cheddar.

If you prefer something deep-fried, walk the grounds with a deep fried spiral potato or zucchini on a stick along with your favourite flavour topping like spicy mayo.

Once you have decided on your meal of choice, sit down on the grass and enjoy it while you take in the variety of musical entertainment and other acts on the A & D Community Stage.

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