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Melanie Wong | Jul 29, 201803:10 PM    

Last week I scored some organic Marionberries from Hector's Honey at the Santa Rosa original farmers market. Hector's Honey is based in Fulton and sells at a number of farmers markets in Sonoma County. It's been the source of some of the more unusual and highest quality produce, eggs and of course, wine country honey over the years. Always worth a stop to shop their booth. The farmstand on River Road in Fulton has not opened yet for the season.

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