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Offerings from the Millarville Market

Honey and other bee products are plentiful at the Greidanus Honey Mill booth at the Millarville Farmers' Market.
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Greidanus Honey Mill
Fresh faces Katrina Strom, 13, left, and Ilse Greindanus, 14, sell honey, pollen and candles at the Greidanus Honey Mill booth at the Millarville Farmers' Market.

The Greidanus Honey Mill booth is always buzzing with activity at the Millarville Farmers’ Market.

The Greidanus family has been selling honey products near High River since 1973, and at the famous Millarville Farmers' Market for 37 years as one of its oldest vendors.

The Mill’s raw, unprocessed honey is a popular pick, but the selection doesn’t end there. Greidanus Honey Mill offers jars of bee pollen, chocked full of protein, nutrients, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and anti-oxidants.

The second-generation family business also has a selection of candles made of beeswax that are both slow and clean to burn.

Check out the Greidanus Honey Mill booth at the Millarville Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Millarville Race Track until Oct. 12.




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