Mountain Valley Organics opens for business in Hagensborg

The Valley’s newest business opened its doors last week in Hagensborg

  • Jan. 30, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Mountain Valley Organics is now open in Hagensborg

The Valley’s newest business opened its doors last week in Hagensborg. Mountain Valley Organics, Abra Silver’s owner-operated organic grocery store, is located at 1926 Highway 20.

Open Tuesday – Saturday from 10am – 6pm, Mountain Valley Organics is carrying a wide range of products including organic produce, local seafood, organic poultry, baking supplies and dairy, spices, local baking, locally roasted coffee End of the Road Coffee (bring your own quart jar and get $2 off), natural cleaning supplies and vitamins.

There are also several retail items available for purchase such as reusable lunch bags, Mason jar accessories, woven baskets, stainless steel water bottles and more.

Looking for something specific? Mountain Valley Organics will also do custom orders. For more information drop by Mountain Valley Organics, call 250 982 2205 or email mountainvo@hotmail.com

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