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Beautiful Abodo Timber Barrows at the New Rotorua Farmers Market

Central North Islanders will have an alternative to traditional supermarkets with Rotorua's new Farmers Market being launched in early October.

The farmers market, intended to be a showcase of the region's fresh local produce is an exciting alternative to the typical supermarket chain.

Abodo has sponsored materials with Vulcan timber being used to construct the display barrows. Thermally modified Vulcan is a naturally durable, stable natural timber material - a great alternative to chemically treated wood, and safe for food use.

Abodo partnered with local businesses Bespoke Joinery and Donelley Sawmills to make the market barrows a reality - and it is clear that the barrows are not only beautiful, but safe for people and the environment.

The Rotorua Farmers Market starts Sunday 2 October, 9am – 1pm at City Focus, Tutanekai.

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