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Courtenay Country Market reopens

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After extensive renovations and preliminary procurement of locally sourced meat and fresh products from Comox Valley and regional producers, Courtenay Country Market (5352 A Old Island Highway)  is proudly reopening its doors today, and will be open daily 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Fresh produce and meats including blueberries from Coastal Black Estate Winery, Island Pastures Beef, Tannadice Farms pork, local potatoes and honey are just some of the items that will be featured, and the list is expected to expand weekly. The market also boasts butcher services offering custom cutting, in addition to producing their own sausages.

Producers interested in working with Courtenay Country Market can contact Brent Moore for more details, 250-871-6327.

 

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