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Hundreds of treats and tipples have been on show at Fine Food New Zealand at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds this week.
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Day two of Fine Food New Zealand at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.
Fieldays, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event, returns to Mystery Creek near Hamilton tomorrow after a one-year hiatus of the in-person event due to Covid-19.
A smorgasbord of food industry producers, distributors and retailers will file through the doors of Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds on Sunday for the opening of Fine Food New Zealand 2021.
The Riddet Institute is today hosting Feed our Future: A New Zealand Sustainable Food Systems Dialogue.
A new research facility which will unlock deeper opportunities for Nelson Tasman food producers has been opened in Riuwaka near Motueka.
Annual trade show and conference confirmed for 7-9 June despite Victoria lockdown.
The 2021 Apiculture New Zealand Conference will see hundreds of beekeepers and others from the industry gather in Rotorua next month after the event was scuppered by Covid-19 last year.
Tickets have gone on sale for New Zealand’s first craft chocolate festival with organisers confirming Melbourne chocolate-maker Birdsnake will be at the event.
As seafood lovers head to sold-out Bluff Oyster and Food Festival, MPI widens testing for parasite found in the region.
Horticulture New Zealand is putting resilience and recovery at the centre of its annual conference being held in August this year.
Described as the biggest food and fibre event of the year, the Boma NZ Agri Summit kicks-off in Christchurch this morning.
Delegates from around the country are converging on the Manawatu for the 2021 New Zealand Agrifood Week.
Summerfruit NZ has opened registration for the Growing strong – Success in a changing world conference.
The Wellington Food Show returns to the capital next in May, after being scuppered by Covid-19 in 2020.
Emerging Proteins Dinner event coincides with release of FoodHQ report on alt-proteins.
The Christchurch event will feature international and local speakers, interactive workshops, expert panels, cross-sector networking and more.
Marlborough Bayleys Friday Night Feast is back for 2021, showcasing the region’s food, wine and other beverages.
Social enterprise and food poverty fighter Whenua Warrior is one of 20 Māori organisations featured at the inaugural Tāmaki Makaurau Taki Hua Māori Business Showcase.
There will be no scallops at this year’s Whitianga Scallop Festival due to a rahui on the collection of the shellfish.
The winners will be announced at the 10th F.A.W.C! Summer Series this November.
Hospitality NZ and the NZChefs Association are to host the inaugural NZ Hospitality Summit and trade show in September.
It was the first time the event would take place in two years.
Agtech firm WayBeyond is taking up the sustainability challenge for Earth Day 2021.
United Fresh will lead a United Nations Independent Dialogue as part of the UN’s global initiative, the Food Systems Summit.
Climate change, international research trends and the changing global honey market to be discussed at the Apiculture NZ Conference.
More than 300 people attended the very first Queenstown Long Lunch, providing some much welcomed business for Queenstown Mall venues.
he big thinkers, innovators and thought leaders in agritech and agrifood will come together for the 2021 New Zealand AgriFood Week, taking place 3-9 May in Manawatū.
A team of second year Wintec Culinary Arts students will deliver the Leading the Way Lunch at Wintec, as part of the Feast Waikato Festival.
The inaugural Annual Southern Hemisphere Fresh Fruit Trade congress takes place today.
Wānaka’s inaugural food and wine festival Ripe drew 2000 festival goers on Sunday 21 March at Corbridge Woolshed.
The Food Show Christchurch will make its returning this April after Covid saw the event cancelled in 2020.
The food and fibre event will be held 11-12 May at the Christchurch Town Hall.
Thousands of people attended the festival at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
The event was expected to attract more than 200 local and international exhibiting companies and 4000+ qualified visitors.
There will be 40 lots of wine, many of which were being specially blended, at this year’s event.
Southland will host the Savour the South – Eat Drink Play & Stay event, as the region looks to elevate its reputation as a food and beverage destination.
New Zealand’s inaugural Food Waste Summit, Te Hui Taumata Moumou Kai o Aotearoa, will take place at Villa Maria Winery on Monday 22 March.
Venture Taranaki will host its second Branching Out event, Avocados: The Taranaki Opportunity.
Ten Queenstown Mall eateries have come together to launch the Queenstown Long Lunch.
South Taranaki’s Taste of the World multicultural food and music festival will take place on Friday 12 March.
Organisers say the event will start 2021 with a loss.
New Zealand wineries, breweries and popular Auckland eateries will be front and centre of the February event.
Local food vendors will take centre stage at the new Taste of Hastings event being held on December 3.
The event is finally getting its day, after Covid-19 pandemic postponed its earlier dates
It’s being held in March next year at Spark Arena.
Feast Marlborough is urging venues, food producers, and event organisers to help each other develop a new series of events.
Twenty thousand children across 250 schools are taking part in a Zespri Young and Healthy Virtual Adventure.
The Walking Supper is being held next Monday.
The foodie event did not run in 2019.
The Kāpiti Food Fair is partnering with Coastella to provide musical entertainment for this year’s event.
More than 100 activities and experiences are set to take place at numerous local venues during this year’s Auckland Diwali Festival.
The 17th OpenAir Cinema season will start on 27 December 2020 at Black Barn Vineyards in Havelock North.
The five-day event is being held next month.
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