Three Abbotsford businesses receive We Heart Local Awards

Award recipients were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 17

Three Abbotsford businesses have been named as winners of the We Heart Local Awards.

The awards were announced Wednesday, Sept. 17 and are a partnership between several groups, including the B.C. Agriculture Council and the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture.

There were 337 nominees in 15 categories, and more than 37,000 votes were cast online from Aug. 19 to Sept. 16 to celebrate B.C.’s best local growers, producers and businesses.

The Abbotsford winners were:

– Nature’s Pickin’s – Favourite Store to Buy Local;

– Willow View Farms – Favourite Local U-Pick Farm; and

– Taves Family Farm – Favourite Local Orchard/Fruit Supplier.

For more information, visit weheartlocalawards.ca.

 

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