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8 prep ahead summer salads

It’s salad season, but not yet holiday season, so we’ve got 8 prep ahead summer salads loaded with nourishing wholefoods. So you can get your meal prep on, save yourself some time and make all your work mates jealous.

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A conversation with Troy Mentor, proprietor of Kokako Cafe

Just like you, we’re always looking for ways to reduce our impact on the planet, to work more with nature and – because strength in numbers – to work more with like-minded businesses who also want to make this world a better place. One of these businesses is a long time customer of ours, Kokako […]

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Celebrating our quinoa’s new compostable pouch + giveaway

To celebrate the launch of our quinoa’s new transparent, triple layer compostable pouch – a win for the environment, we’re giving you the chance to win too!  There’s a bunch of Phantom Billboard’s around Auckland with stickers on them – and to be in to WIN all you need to do is help spread the word […]

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Degradable versus Biodegradable versus Compostable. What it all means

This month we’re celebrating the release of our quinoa’s new compostable clothing; a transparent, triple layer, home compostable pouch! But what does home compostable mean? And how does it compare to just compostable. Does it degrade? Does that make it biodegradable? There are so many terms and they all mean different things, so we thought we’d go […]

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20 EASY LUNCH BOX IDEAS FOR HAPPY HEALTHY KIDS

Coming up with kids school lunch box ideas, it’s a bit of a balancing act really between packing something that’s as equally nutritious as it is interesting – so your kids actually eat it. Last thing you want is discovering a stash of mouldy sandwiches at the bottom of a backpack! And in saying that, packing a lunch box where a sandwich isn’t the main even […]

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Supporting in Conversion to Organic. Why we’re working with Chilean farmers to grow organic almonds.

You might remember when almond butter went up a tonne last year, we do. Well rather than risk that happening again, we began working with an almond farming company in Chile to transition their crops to organic.  They’re not there yet, it takes several years, but they’re getting there. And these ‘in conversion to organic’ almonds […]

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