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It wouldn’t be a Kiwi Summer without ice cream, or cooling off after a hot day at the beach with an ice cold L&P. Holy Moly Ice Cream and L&P have teamed up, to bring you a frozen treat with a unique blend of popular Kiwi flavours. Holy Moly Ice Cream’s new ‘L&P’OKEY’ flavour features L&P Hokey Pokey and smashed Hokey Pokey pieces swirled through creamy L&P ice cream. General Manager, James Oliver says ‘L&P is such an iconic Kiwi brand with a very unique flavour, however we wanted to put our own twist on it. We had a ... more
TOMeTTE: French foodies Thomas Dietz and Etienne Moly bring "fancy-pants fresh-made, fine French cuisine" to the country they fell in love with, Nouvelle Zelande. They launched their range of ready-to-eat convenience meals on Bastille Day 2012, aiming to capture the essence of great French food in 100 per cent natural, preservative-free New Zealand-made products. Products are based on traditional family meals, and include DILL SAUCE SALMON, NZ LAMB PROVENCALE, CHICKEN BASQUAISE, NZ BEEF BOURGUIGNON, and CHICKEN IN RED WINE. TOMeTTE is based in Auckland - orders can be placed on their website for next-day delivery anywhere in Auckland. Their site also includes wine recommendations with each dish, and a lot of fun stuff for Francophiles.
At the recent 2013 NZ Food Awards TOMeTTE won the following:
- Best Convenience & Meal Award
- Best Processing Technology Award
- And the overall 2013 Supreme Award.
There’s nothing like a satisfying glass of juice in the morning – and the new Just Juice Orange range at your breakfast table will have you starting each day with a smile! The ... more
Scientific publisher Elsevier has announced that it has retracted an article on the controversial study on the effects of GM maize on rats by Gilles Sèralini et al., orginally published in the ... more
X Factor NZ stars will play a leading role in COKE Loves Summer this year, as Benny Tipene is the surprise voice of this year’s summer campaign, releasing his latest single, ‘Make you ... more
One of New Zealand's leading food manufacturers has created a new range of meat products for kids with a view to securing the all important children’s meal market share. Beak NZ, a New ... more
In Mt Eden, the youngsters know a thing or two about our national dessert. All three winners of the 5th annual Nosh Pavlova Competition at Mt Eden are 16 or younger – and two of them ... more
With a target of $100,000, the innovative DineAid campaign has got off to a roaring good start with around $20,000 raised through Taste of Auckland initiatives. And while the organisers ... more
Prices of dairy products staged the biggest gain in five months, pushing the average price to a two-month high, as rennet casein climbed to a record. The GDT Price Index, previously known as ... more
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy is welcoming a new $17 million research and development project to produce low-calorie, low-alcohol wine. ‘Lifestyle wines' is the Ministry for ... more
Toasted Espresso is no stranger to award success. This medium-sized boutique roastery in Takapuna, Auckland continues to be a leader for others to follow. Following on from the recent Award for ... more
Two Central Otago wineries have taken Champion in Class trophies beating entries from across New Zealand and Australia in the Wine of the Year Awards from leading Australian publication, Winestate. ... more
A Sparkling wine from Marlborough has won top honours at this year's Air New Zealand Wine Awards, making it only the third Sparkling wine in the 27-year history of the Awards to take out the ... more
By Graham Skellern. Auckland has set an ambitious goal of doubling export growth to 6 per cent a year and the food and beverage sector, backed by plenty of research and development, is well ... more