If you’re stuck on a gift for a loved one, the chocolate aisle is usually the first port of call. But rather than picking any old block of choc off the shelf, why not opt for one that has been made with love, care and precision in Aotearoa?
A growing number of Nelson producers are prioritising the environment – and creating something delicious while they’re at it. Meet this new wave of local food businesses who are doing good by Mother Nature.
Keep an eye out on the road around Auckland for this Italian eatery with a twist – you’ll be rewarded with gluten-free pasta, arancini, tiramisu and more. Nadia magazine visits the retro caravan kitchen to discover their story.
On the West Coast, where pub food is king, Alisha McIntosh has created a wholefood haven for tourists and locals in the tiny town of Hari Hari. Discover this oasis of health, which is so much more than just a cafe.
Tim and Maggie of the Auckland Food Truck Collective are creating a platform for food truck owners to bring their unique styles of cuisine to the streets of Auckland. But for them, it's about so much more than the food.
The craft chocolate scene in New Zealand is growing, with a focus on fairly traded cacao from the Pacific Islands. Nadia magazine meets some of the brands producing bean-to-bar chocolate and a few boutique players doing things their own way.
Making its presence known in its laid-back home on the Waikato coast, The Shack is the perfect place to spend a slow morning. Discover the story behind Raglan’s best spot for great food and even greater company.