Welcome to Spring or Koanga
Finally we can start to get outdoors, light up the barbie, and enjoy those longer evenings thanks to daylight saving
The air is full of the scent blossoms and the promise of summer just around the corner
We are now enjoying the first asparagus and strawberries that mark the new season. It is a time for healthy lighter foods like salads and spring vegetables, to accompany the grilled meats and fish for the barbie.
Hopefully now we can get some better weather to catch up with whanau and friends - whether at your bach, on your camp site, aboard your boat, or at home. It is barbecue season, so check out our great range of sauces – to suit all tastes, from sweet red to smoky. And as the weather heats up, our taste buds yearn for spicier foods, so try some of our chilli sauces to add spice to your summer meals So check out our great range of foods and beverages made here in Aotearoa, with passion by our talented artisans. From chilli sauces to chocolates. Feijoas and fruit pastes. Sweet treats to salts. Vanilla to vinegars. Preserves and peanut butters. Cookies and crackers. And our fabulous olive oils. But if you can't make up your mind, we regularly curate a range of collections of food to make life a little easier for you! Check them out below. We are adding more artisans and foods to our wide range of artisan foods to inspire you and make your creations extra special. This is a good time to try some new foods, or even just have a few treats. Food is a great way to show and share the love, and it really does feed the soul as well as the belly.
Happy cooking. Stay safe. Kia kaha.
If you can't make up your mind what to buy, or are looking for a gift for someone special, then these bundles of foods are worth checking out.
We have put together some rather tasty collections of artisan foods to help you fill the pantry. We have curated these collections from our range of over 400 fine artisan foods from more than 60 passionate artisan food makers.
Most of our artisans have been continued to grow and make their foods. Although some do run out of foods made from their seasonal produce, so please accept our apologise if your first choice is not available. We will always try and substitute with something of similar style and value.
Thank you, and stay well.
Last day for orders this Friday 16th. We are low on stocks and can't replenish in time with couriers so busy.
We reopen Monday January 9th. Thanks for your support in 2022.
Meri kirihimete and nga mihi o te tau hou.
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