Supermarkets across New Zealand are facing lemon shortages with the citrus fruit not being in season locally, and the pandemic being blamed for delays in imports.
Food and Wine
A public health warning has been issued advising people not to collect shellfish from Akaroa Harbour.
If your favourite burger on the Maccas menu is the classic KiwiBurger, then you'll be disappointed next time you pull up at a drive-thru.
The Ashburton Parents Centre has produced a cookbook filled with easy to follow recipes just in time for Christmas.
Due to challenges around the new traffic light system, award-winning South Island seafood restaurant Fleurs Place has closed until further notice.
As many struggling commercial beekeepers "get out" of the industry, groups like the Christchurch Hobbyist Beekeepers Club are growing in popularity.
A South Island cafe is set to close its doors over what appears to be a stance against the Government's Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
Hundreds of orders have flooded into a new online meal delivery app and website since it was launched in the Selwyn district this month.
A diverse range of wines and styles were lined up at this year’s Amberley A&P Show Alpine Pacific Wine Challenge.
Fast food brands in NZ risk falling behind European standards for chicken welfare if they don't move to phase out controversial fast-growing breeds.
Another helping of the Harbour Kitchens cookbook has been created to celebrate Lyttelton, its food, and people.
For Christchurch woman Shirley Poppelwell, a potato growing competition is the way to bring her neighbourhood together.
A Christchurch restaurant is offering free pizza this weekend to anyone who has had at least one shot of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Chocolate company Whittaker's - which was founded in Christchurch in 1896 - will be increasing its prices from today.
A Picton cafe has put its upstairs neighbours' noses out of joint after strong "food smells" wafted up onto their waterfront balconies and homes.
High-profile Wellington café Prefab is ceasing operations immediately and staff have been given notice of redundancy.
When Professor Jim Mann was a young man his father, a GP, was obsessed over people eating too much sugar.
Kiwis in level 3 raced to their local fast food joints yesterday - but why? A Christchurch clinical psychologist suspects multiple factors were driving the rush.