Abbotsford’s Lepp Farm Market will be opening one hour early to allow the elderly, immune-compromised and mobility challenged customers the chance to shop in an easier environment. (Facebook photo)

Abbotsford’s Lepp Farm Market opening early for seniors

Elderly, immune-compromised and mobility challenged customers allowed to shop one hour early

With many local grocery store shelves bare or severely lacking, Abbotsford’s Lepp Farm Market announced that they are giving the elderly, immune-compromised and mobility challenged customers the chance to shop early.

Starting tomorrow (Tuesday) and running until Thursday, the market is welcoming the aforementioned groups the chance to shop starting at 8 a.m. The market for everyone else opens at 9 a.m., so this will give those shoppers the opportunity to select items in a more quiet environment.

Lepp Farm Market is a family-run year-round farm market that specializes in locally grown products. The market offers B.C. gourmet foods, farm-fresh vegetables and fruits, local beef and both pork and poultry raised in Abbotsford.

The market is located on 33955 Clayburn Road, right off of Highway 11.

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