Food And Drink

The Lyttleton café won't let them even though customers want it.

Nelson cafe charges men 50 cents surcharge on coffee and tea to combat gender pay gap

Pomeroy's wants to "Pay the Sisters as much as the Misters".

03:55
James Wong can also tell you how a mushroom can sort out all your vitamin D needs.

'Call me a plant man if you want' – botanist shows how to turn the humble potato into a superfood

James Wong can also tell you how to pick the best tomato from the supermarket.

01:59
Sanitarium says the British version of the cereal infringes on its 90-year-old trademark.

Opinion: Is a stoush over Weet-Bix/Weetabix really worth the effort?

Peter Williams says the issues goes back to the 1930's.

Anchor's light-proof milk bottles don't work says Consumer NZ

Consumer NZ says it tested Anchor's light-proof milk bottles and found little difference in terms of vitamins to its competitors.

Nutrionist Mikki Williden says the food just does not cut-it, and shouldn’t be endorsed by the All Blacks.

Sanitarium's battle to stop retailer importing cereal named Weetabix defended

NZ Food and Grocery Council says Sanitarium was "left with no option" but going to court.

Two arrested in Netherlands after 700,000 tainted eggs imported into UK

The illegal use of pesticide at poultry farms has sparked a widespread food safety scare across Europe.

02:02
Helen Mawhinney worked an eight hour shift at a Wellington cafe, but was later told the trial was unpaid.

'It cost me so much money' – solo mum outraged after being told cafe trial was unpaid, after full day's work

Other workers have also complained over not being paid for trials by the Wellington cafe.

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Officials said there was no word on who missed out on pizza deliveries.

Watch: US highway shut down to pick up frozen pizza after truck sliced open by bridge

Officials said there was no word on who missed out on pizza deliveries.

Kiwi cola set to stock the shelves of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurants

Karma Cola will be sold in his Italian and Barbecoa restaurants.

01:05
The New Zealand Medical Association says the sales of alcohol at supermarkets is "dangerous".

'Alcohol shouldn't be a normal part of your life' – calls to ban alcohol sales in supermarkets

The Medical Association says the sales of alcohol at supermarkets is "dangerous".

MPI wants to protect the industry from counterfeit product, but producers say the DNA test isn't working.

MPI to decide on Manuka Honey definition as false products flood the market

MPI will review 120 submissions from bee keepers and honey producers over the next eight weeks.

Kiwifruit growers concerned over mud set to be imported for Rotorua festival

Kiwifruit growers say the mud being imported from South Korea could bring a new biological threat into the country.

01:00
Lydia Harvey and her family are trying to do what seems utterly impossible – live off their backyard for one whole year.

Back to Basics: How do you get through winter without going to the supermarket?

The Harvey family garden has hardly grown during the winter months, and egg laying is almost non-existent, so how have they avoided the supermarket?

01:27
Food and argritech specialist Doctor Rosie Baker says laboratory grown meat is expected to become considered a normal food.

Could laboratory grown meat be the meat of the future?

Food and Agritech specialist Doctor Rosie Baker says laboratory grown meat is expected to become considered a normal food.

03:23
Blackenbrook winery is very successful but it's resisting the traditional growth-based path to success.

Successful Nelson winery trying to keep its business small: 'Our mission is not to get too big'

Blackenbrook winery is very successful but it's resisting the traditional growth-based path to success.

07:33
The average New Zealander eats 15 pies each year, collectively we scoff 66-million.

'How's that going to feed me?' - company supplying meat pies to supermarkets which aren't actually pies

The product was a six pack of Westie Mince +Cheese purchased from a Countdown.

03:46
Soul mocktails are made in NZ but could soon be in the Oscars goodie bags in Hollywood.

Video: Is NZ mocktail maker helping out pregnant Hollywood stars?

Soul mocktails are made in NZ but could soon be in the Oscars goodie bags in Hollywood.

01:53
That's the question our farmers are asking as a new fake meat product hits the shops tomorrow.

Watch: Would you eat a steak grown in a lab?

That's the question our farmers are asking as a new fake meat product hits the shops tomorrow.

02:23
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder can be serious, but it takes a keen eye to see the difference between that and just being picky.

Is your child just a fussy eater - or is it something more serious?

Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder - or ARFID - is a severe aversion to most types of food.

01:09
The durian is a delicacy, but also has quite the fragrance, as our adventurous pair found out.

Matty McLean and Brodie Kane struggle to hold down breakfast while trying to eat horrendously smelly fruit

The durian is a delicacy, but also has quite the fragrance, as our adventurous pair found out.

Matterhorn.

Iconic Wellington bar Matterhorn to shut up shop

Matterhorn opened as a Swiss coffee house in 1963.

00:58
Professor Boyd Swinburn says the Government must take action to reduced childhood obesity.

Sugar tax 'clearly reduces consumption', particularly for children

Professor Boyd Swinburn says the Government must take action to reduced childhood obesity.

02:17
Katherine Lynch wants to show Kiwi families how easy it is to cook healthy nutritious meals on a budget.

Hamilton mum makes 62 meals from $100 to 'just give it a go'

Katherine Lynch wants to show Kiwi families how easy it is to cook healthy, nutritious meals on a budget.

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