Listen up all you food interested people. Have you ever wanted information about our farmers’ markets, or wanted to know what food festivals are held in New Zealand and when? Have you looked for an easy-to-use listing of restaurants in a city or region? Have you tried to find out about artisan food producers, or searched for a listing of food tourism offerings in a region you are planning to visit? Eat New Zealand is it, a one-stop listing of all things food related in New Zealand. You can check out what our main cities have to offer, but more than that, you can delve deeply into regions and find out what really makes this country tick: who grows what, how is it grown, what does it taste like and is it worth seeking out. Flicking through the site can help you plan a foodie tour around the country or a region, or make you want to plan one as page after page of food and idyllic places pop up to tempt you.
Eat New Zealand is a showcase of the best this country of ours has to offer.
Angela Clifford, CEO of Eat New Zealand, says, “We believe our home-grown food is world class. The quality of our produce, the skill, creativity and passion of our people, and our spirit of respect and openness means the food we create is of the highest global standard. We’re closer to the source.”
Eat New Zealand aims to tell the story about New Zealand food, to shine a light on the people who grow, produce and manufacture what we eat in New Zealand, and to include the places and people who bring this food to us by way of restaurants and cafés, food experiences and festivals and farmers’ markets.
It has just been launched and will grow rapidly as more of our hard-working artisan growers and food producers, our talented chefs and expert teachers and guides and others contribute to make it the holy grail of New Zealand food.
Like all good ventures put together through hard work it needs your support. Use it, spread the word, sign up as a follower if you would like to contribute, and take part in the amazing discovery of what this country has to offer.
Eschew fast food, crap food, bad food, and get to the source of the food you eat, find those who cook with care for the planet, those who care for our health and produce amazing things for us to enjoy, feel proud of and share with the world.
Eat New Zealand Website https://www.eatnewzealand.nz
Food stories on the site https://www.eatnewzealand.nz/food-stories
Shared Kitchen’s Food experiences listing on the site https://www.eatnewzealand.nz/listing/shared-kitchen