A South Island Quality Bakers employee has been named New Zealand’s best young bread-maker.
Food and Wine
A "zesty, buttery" Oamaru steak has been judged the best in the world at a global contest in London.
Justine Schroder is capturing the tastes and smells of North Canterbury - and then bottling them at her boutique distillery near Kaikōura.
Canterbury business Hellers has teamed up with Bluebird to create a classic Kiwi sausage with two iconic chippy flavours: Rashuns and Burger Rings.
A new $10 block of cheese has got the tick from budget-savvy food lovers - and it reportedly tastes as good as some more expensive options.
A Consumer NZ panel has blind taste-tested nine instant coffee brands and, while there was a general correlation between price and quality, one brand bucked the trend.
When she was 7-years-old Christchurch cook, caterer and now author Tina Duncan could turn out a perfect batch of scones. By age 10, she was serving up full roast dinners.
Pan fried Murray cod has helped a 22-year-old from St Albans stand out at a prestigious chef competition in Sydney.
The Warehouse has laid a complaint with the Commerce Commission about food producer Sanitarium's decision to cut off its supply of breakfast cereal Weet-Bix from the end of the month.
ECan has lifted its ban on whitebaiting and other fishing in Saltwater Creek and the Ashley/Rakahuri Estuary - but says it's still not safe to collect shellfish from the area.
New Zealanders may be throwing away less food - but a new survey suggests the cost of what's being binned has jumped to $3.2 billion a year.
Lion NZ has apologised to customers - and added staff to address the issue - after delivery delays prompted fears of a Speight’s shortage in the South Island.
Rogue Avon River whitebaiters have been knocking down fences and camping illegally in the Christchurch red zone.
Noodles and live music in Ashburton’s West Street car park make it the place to be on September 2 for the first Saturday of spring.
Connecting people and celebrating the arrival of spring are the reasons behind a Community Kai event in Ashburton tomorrow.