When we buy food, we expect it to be what it says it is and to be safe to eat, but things may not always be what they seem.
Food for thought
If you walk round the grounds of the Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin you’d be forgiven for thinking they don’t look like normal institutional gardens, writes Charmian Smith.
Healthy eating resolutions are best approached with small bites.
Wherever you go in New Zealand, there's likely to be a local farmers' market. They are wonderful places to visit and connect with the local community and food culture.
Local food has become fashionable in the past decade or so with initiatives popping up in all sorts of places.