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Venture Taranaki is facilitating a number of capability-building activities for the region’s established, early-stage and budding food and beverage enterprises throughout June and July.
MasterChef UK judge William Sitwell is touring Auckland this week to sample the city’s fine dining and food experiences.
The Mānawa Bay premium shopping destination near Auckland Airport will be home to the country’s first fully electric foodcourt, with no gas facilities on site.
The summer iteration of Hawke’s Bay’s Food and Wine Classic (F.A.W.C!) event is being postponed until 2024.
Kerikeri host the inaugural Brew of Islands Craft Beer Festival on 21-22 July.
More than 250 submissions have rolled in from manufacturers looking to supply snacks to Air New Zealand as part of a revamp of its inflight menu.
More than 1,100 people are converging on Auckland this week for the 10th World Avocado Congress.
Tākina Events has prepared its 2023 menu collection ahead of the conference venue’s opening in June, with sustainability as one of its core strategies.
The Food Show is returning to Christchurch Arena at the end of the month, with 120 exhibitors and thousands of people expected to attend the gastronomic event.
A sold-out flight from Wellington to Hokitika will take to the skies for the 34th Annual Wildfoods Festival.
A new restaurant has opened at The Headwaters Eco Lodge in Glenorchy, near Queenstown.
Visa Wellington on a Plate is bringing nine internationally-renowned chefs to iconic wellington venues from 5-21 May.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism is showcasing the best of ‘Food and Wine Country’ in a new campaign that highlights the region’s offering.
The inaugural Roam Central wine and food celebration has been hailed a success after it attracted more than 1,500 people to venues across Otago and Southern Lakes.
The First We Eat Festival is returning to Tauranga in March, with tickets on track to sell out.
More than 100 Taitokerau Northland hospitality businesses, growers and producers gathered as part of the Food & Beverage Industry Hui at Russell’s The Duke of Marlborough.
The people have spoken and the official list of 100 Iconic Auckland Eats is now live.
Air New Zealand is bringing gourmet food to its regional lounges in response to customer feedback about the variety of choices compared to what is offered at larger ports.
New offerings and old favourites are set to return to the 36th Marlborough Wine & Food Festival featuring 30+ wineries and 15+ food trucks next year.
Sustainability is a major focus at the 2022 Horowhenua Taste Trail this year, with its 16 producer participants aiming to lessen the food event’s impact on the environment.
Food tourism stalwart Kim Thorp has been crowned the 2022 F.A.W.C! Hawke’s Bay Legend.
The leftover food from the ferry operator’s onboard cafés will go to people in need around Auckland.
Otago wine and food festival Ripe will return to the shores of Lake Wānaka on Saturday 18 March 2023 after Covid forced the cancellation of the 2022 event.
About 12,000 food lovers and 250 vendors are expected at this year’s Kāpiti Food Fair in December – and a plan is underway to ensure sustainability is a top priority.
Northland Inc has launched a food and beverage marketing campaign enticing visitors to explore the region’s hospitality and indulge in “Long Lunching, Northland Style”.
The Headwaters Eco Lodge in Glenorchy will host a two-day event showcasing premium wines and cuisine this month.
There are just two days left until nominations close for the annual Iconic Auckland Eats programme.
Blenheim visitors and locals will enjoy more space to taste Marlborough food at the Bayley’s Friday Night Feast event this year.
The 21st annual Beervana festival attracted beer lovers from all around the world to Wellington’s SKY Stadium last weekend.
The 2022 Matariki Dish Challenge in Rotorua and Bay of Plenty have showcased the best of the region’s storytelling and food, with four winners crowned.
The Horowhenua Taste Trail is returning in 2022 following a three-year hiatus, promising a showcase of some of the region’s most successful family food businesses.
Large venues around the country are following the lead of Venues Ōtautahi, which has spent the past two years overhauling its supply chain to support local food producers.
The airline is also rolling out new sustainable serviceware, removing around 28 million single-use plastic dishes, knives, forks and spoons.
Wānaka food and wine festival Ripe will take place online on 19 March, the same day the cancelled live event was due to take place.
Winetopia is heading to Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch this winter.
Organisers the Marlborough Winegrowers Association said on Wednesday that given staff shortages in the industry it did want to risk the grape harvest, which runs from February to April.
Southland could become a hotbed of food activity under new plans to transform the regional home of Bluff Oysters into a food tourism mecca.
Pounamu Tourism Group has opened what it says is “New Zealand’s most extensive collections of craft chocolate brands”.
A festival of carbon-zero New Zealand food will run alongside a new event in Auckland next year addressing the world’s agrifood climate challenge.
Wānaka wine and food festival Ripe is returning after a successful inaugural year.
Developing a deeper engagement with New Zealand’s food system from production to consumption would unlock a greater opportunity to build cross-sector connections between the food and tourism industries.
The Eat.Taste.Central food and wine month in Central Otago has opened a short window for hospitality and accommodation operators to come on board.
NZ’s food and beverage industry must build up its story for when international visitors return, says Wellington Culinary Events’ CEO.
New project framework developed with STAPP funding, aims to continue domestic tourism momentum.
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New Wānaka-based business Forage & Feast aims to showcase Central Otago’s locally cultivated food and chefs through an “immersive culinary adventure”.
A new event to support Southland’s hospitality and accommodation sector and boost the region’s reputation as a food and beverage destination will run from 1 April to 16 May 2021.
Closed international borders meant the operator had to find a new way to support themselves.
Recognised in Lonely Planet’s Best Native Food category, Hiakai combined traditional Māori ingredients and cooking methods with a contemporary spin.
Feast Marlborough will feature a series of food and beverage events over summer to help offset the impact of Covid-19 on the region’s economy.
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