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Welcome home to Shanda Hill, ultra-athlete!

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We at Rancho Vignola are very excited to be among those welcoming our long-time staff member and ultra-athlete Shanda Hill back to Vernon after a month’s absence in Switzerland! Shanda has just finished the Swissultra Deca race in Buchs, Switzerland, which took place August 16 to 31.


#fuelledbyRancho – Shanda Hill

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Rancho Vignola proudly sponsors athletes across Canada through product donations. As many of our wonderful customers will attest, quality nuts, seeds and dried fruit are an ideal fuel for sustaining active lifestyles and pursuits! One athlete that we are so proud to fuel is Shanda Hill of Vernon, British Columbia.


Contest: Fuel for your body

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Since the beginning of time, nuts and dried fruits have been a staple food for humans. Walnuts were considered food of the gods by the early Romans, and almonds were among the first plants to be cultivated. Drying and dehydration were the earliest forms of food preservation: hunters and gatherers collected sun-dried fruits fallen from… Read more »



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Posts Tagged: Shanda Hill

Welcome home to Shanda Hill, ultra-athlete!

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We at Rancho Vignola are very excited to be among those welcoming our long-time staff member and ultra-athlete Shanda Hill back to Vernon after a month’s absence in Switzerland! Shanda has just finished the Swissultra Deca race in Buchs, Switzerland, which took place August 16 to 31.


#fuelledbyRancho – Shanda Hill

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Rancho Vignola proudly sponsors athletes across Canada through product donations. As many of our wonderful customers will attest, quality nuts, seeds and dried fruit are an ideal fuel for sustaining active lifestyles and pursuits! One athlete that we are so proud to fuel is Shanda Hill of Vernon, British Columbia.


Contest: Fuel for your body

Posted by & filed under article.

Since the beginning of time, nuts and dried fruits have been a staple food for humans. Walnuts were considered food of the gods by the early Romans, and almonds were among the first plants to be cultivated. Drying and dehydration were the earliest forms of food preservation: hunters and gatherers collected sun-dried fruits fallen from… Read more »