Langley foodies among participants at Tradex

Sip, snack on local fare

Food lovers will converge at the Tradex Exhibition Centre in Abbotsford this weekend for the Fraser Valley Food + Gluten Free Living Show from Friday to Sunday. 

Many Langley-based vendors will be on-hand with their locally crafted products including: All of Oils, Spiceworks, Marie’s Guilt Free Bakery, Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm & Meadery, and Simply Delish Soup and Salad.

It’s an opportunity to sample and learn about the food and beverage vendors including those in the Gluten-Free Living Show who make up half of the event. 

BC Pork will offer the third annual Great Canadian Sausage Making Competition on Saturday along with meat cutting and sausage making demonstrations.

A wine, beer, and spirits tasting pavilion will provide tastes from local wineries and breweries including gluten free beers and liquors.

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