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Wild Appetite began in 1989 as a small family business on a blueberry farm near Matakana, Auckland. Looking back Wild Appetite was a food visionary; an artisan food producer years-ahead of its time, making a range of fresh batch made condiments, conserves, dressings & sauces. Twenty five years later Wild Appetite has matured into a vibrant heritage brand with national distribution and award winning export success. Producing an innovative range of products sought after by food-lovers in New Zealand and around the world. In 2009 the business was purchased by Peter McCracken and ... more
Denheath: The uniquely Kiwi Denheath Custard Square originated in the old Pleasant Point Post Office, converted to a shop and teahouse, offering scrumptious baked goodies. The name Denheath came from the founders, Dennis and Heather. The business's most sought after product was the fluffy, high-rise square of coconuty goodness, that was the forerunner of the Denheath Custard Square. When Heather and Dennis eventually sold Denheath House, they decided that Heather's old notebook full of recipes, and the right to use them would be included in the purchase.
The Templeton Family took over the business and gave the Denheath Custard Square a new lease of life. Pleasant Point became a favourite stopping-off place for the tour buses to and from Mt Cook, Queenstown and Milford Sound. And the yummy treat that everyone wanted to try was the Denheath Custard Square. Sometimes international tourists would even request shipments to be sent back home, going to great lengths to obtain them for special occasions!
It wasn't long before requests from cafes to wholesale the delicate desserts were becoming so frequent that they decided to move out of Denheath House into a new kitchen-facility in nearby Timaru. Denheath now distributes Denheath Custard Squares (and many more tasty goodies) to cafes and stockists all over New Zealand. You can also purchase them online:
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