Food And Drink
Kiwi grower selling honesty box avocados for just $2.50 each
When Farid Ahmed shares his message, his does so with wife Husna in his heart.
Man whose wife died in Christchurch terrorist attacks delivers food to his community to repay their kindness
The monarch was given a run-through of how to use a self-service till.
Queen Elizabeth gets rundown on how supermarket self-service terminal works
The celebrity chef’s company includes 23 Jamie’s Italian outlets as well as two London-based restaurants.
Jamie Oliver left 'devastated' after much-loved restaurants in UK go into administration
An Aussie crowd is claiming its raw smoked egg as a ‘world first’, and Neville Kenealy isn’t happy.
First the pavlova, now the Aussies are claiming a Kiwi inventor's raw smoked egg
In this Thursday, May 16, 2019, photo, customers buy frozen pork at a local market in Hong Kong. A case of African swine fever has been detected in a Hong Kong slaughterhouse, prompting the culling of all 6,000 pigs at the facility. Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan said in a statement Friday that the incurable virus was found in a single pig imported from a farm in Guangdong province in mainland China, where the monthslong outbreak has devastated herds. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
China's pig disease outbreak pushes up global pork prices
China's pig disease outbreak pushes up global pork prices
Creswell NZ, owned by Nongfu, was granted consent in 2016 by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council to install a new bore for testing purposes at Otakiri Springs.
Hearing underway for Chinese water bottling plant planning on taking water from Whakatane aquifer
Strike closes many KFC and Carls Jr stores in NZ
Unrecognizable person, holding a bottle of red wine, is pouring some red wine in a wine glass.
British restaurant having a 'busy night' mistakenly serves table $8,000 bottle of wine
Hundreds of KFC, Carl's Jr and Pizza Hut workers to strike this weekend
World's most expensive coffee sold in California for $110 a cup
Less fat, more fruit may lower risk of woman dying from breast cancer - study
Simo Abbari’s business partner was killed but he’s keeping his doors open.
Christchurch chef providing sanctuary for locals to eat and connect after terrorist attack
The question has arisen after it was announced customers could bring their own containers to supermarkets.
The best way to remove pesky sticky labels without ruining your tupperware
Concern mounting over common food additive linked to cancer, bowel disease
Nestle brings back old Milo to satisfy Kiwis' tastes
Vegan pies recalled after milk found in products
Previously it wasn’t allowed due to health and safety reasons.
Supermarket chain will now let customers bring own containers for over-the-counter foods
Baskets of eggs to the Chinese market
Egg prices soar to record high as farmers shift away from caged hens
Fonterra's followed through with selling our largest ice-cream make and not everyone's happy.
Classic Kiwi brand Tip Top sold to global ice cream company
A pallet loaded with durian fruit.
Pungent fruit causes building evacuation in Australian library
Some Kiwi producers are moving towards to high end of the meat market.
Top international chefs fly in to sample new generation of prime New Zealand meat
Ian Foster of South Auckland Christian Food Bank is grateful police found most of the $12,000 worth of almonds stolen on Wednesday.
Most of 1200 boxes of scorched almonds stolen from South Auckland food bank recovered by police
Seven Sharp’s Julian Lee hits the street to find out what Kiwis think.
Should Air New Zealand replace its inflight sweets with prunes?
Auckland store selling avocados for $11 - and that's the discounted rate
Jen Scoular of industry organisation New Zealand Avocado says prices should fall when the new season starts in June.
Avocado prices rocket for Kiwi consumers as off-season bites, exports grow
University of Auckland researcher Dr Simon Thornley joined Breakfast to explain the researchers’ findings.
Renewed calls for sugar tax as research finds Kiwis more addicted to sugary drinks than ever
The University of Auckland has found more people are addicted to sugary drinks than ever.
Sugar in drinks more dangerous than sugar in foods study finds
Dave Joll has loved everything Japanese since a high school trip eons ago.
Queenstown man takes on the Japanese at their own game – by brewing sake