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Slowing down to eat

Cyclists make their way through a blueberry farm in Agassiz during the Slow Food Cycle Tour on Saturday afternoon.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Cyclists make their way through a blueberry farm in Agassiz during the Slow Food Cycle Tour on Saturday afternoon.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Hundreds of people took part in the Agassiz leg of the Slow Food Cycle Tour on Saturday, making visits to about a dozen stops around Agassiz where they could sip, sample and take home food products grown and raised locally.

The annual tour was started in Agassiz, and has grown in popularity and spread to surrounding communities.

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