Meet the exhibitors Auckland and its surrounding regions are renowned for quality wine, delicious seafood, fresh produce and an innovative approach to food and beverage product development. These will all combine at ‘Auckland on the Menu’, a popular 'market- style' stand appearing at The 2015 Food Show in Auckland. Read on to find out more about some of the exhibitors at Auckland on the Menu this year.
Some of New Zealand’s finest food producers are preparing for The Food Show at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds (30 July – 2 August), including thirty one artisan and boutique food businesses taking part in the popular Auckland on the Menu pop up exhibition space.
Why eat organic? To avoid pesticides, care for our environment and because it tastes good!
Welcome to totallykiwi, a new range of products that are 100% New Zealand grown & produced, and traceable back to their origin.
For those feeling in need of a mid-winter health kick, this year’s Food Show Auckland is bursting at the seams with healthy food, drinks, chefs and kitchen gadgets to have you looking and feeling your best.
For those who enjoy the finer things in life, there really is no other way to attend The Food Show Auckland than with a VIP Premium Experience Ticket.
Attention all foodies! It’s time to get a spring in your step and hop on over to The Food Show Wellington! There’s no better time to get out of the cold and feel inspired by cuisine that will truly knock your socks off! With an incredible chef line-up and hundreds of new things to try and buy, how could you say no?
“I’m a Curd Nerd. Cheese slapped me in the face with all its complexity while I was on my extended OE. It felt good and I’ve wanted more since ages ago. I’m fortunate to be in an occupation where I get paid to taste and talk about my muse. Life is nothing without obsession. Social media is a healthy outlet for this, and a welcome respite for my lovely wife from my constant cheese natterings.”
Over the past few weeks, LeaderBrand, one of the country’s largest producers of fresh vegetables, has been lobbying for beetroot to be declared the National Vegetable of New Zealand. However, this week a new challenger has thrown their hat into the ring. Kaipara Kumara, based in Northland, is arguing that kumara should have the title.
A cooking competition aimed at getting primary school kids into the kitchen is coming to Auckland this August.
Columbus Coffee has noticed how many people are going sugar-free, paleo, gluten free, dairy free and raw in an effort to feel better.
Do you or a loved one suffer from allergies? Or are you simply wanting to improve your health, without compromising on your treats? Well the hunt is over! Hunter Gatherer Gourmet have all the answers to your healthy baking prayers with our delicious range of gluten, grain, dairy and refined sugar free baking mixes.
Parmigiano-Reggiano is one of the best cheeses to eat and use in the kitchen as it is full of flavour and high in essential fatty acids which promote an increase in lean body mass, fat loss and resting energy expenditure. It
Listen up foodies – The Auckland Food Show is almost here and it has an incredible chef line-up and hundreds of new things to try and buy that will totally tempt your taste buds.
Would you have a different salad dressing recipe for every day of the week? Make this summer the season of salads by growing your repertoire of dressings, using each of Olivado’s Seven Extra Virgins. New Zealand’s original avocado oil producer has introduced three new oils to their range: Olivado Extra Virgin Sesame, Extra Virgin Sweet Almond and Extra Virgin Peanut Oils
Led by the widely celebrated new face of baking; Amy, owner and founder of Amy's Secret Kitchen. A new breed of bakery based on Brown Street, Ponsonby.
Wendy Voegelin, ATEED’s Growth Specialist Economic Development working with companies in the food and beverage sector, talks about ATEED’s involvement in this year’s Food Show, which is being held at the ASB Showgrounds from 30 July-2 August:
Some of New Zealand’s best and brightest chefs will be putting their culinary prowess and creativity to the test this July, when they compete for top awards at the NZChefs National Salon.
We had a great time at The Food Show Christchurch this year, were you there? View highlights from the show here.
The South Island’s biggest foodie event of 2015, The Christchurch Food Show, was a huge success – with visitor numbers reaching more than 10,160 (9.25% more than in 2014).
Kenwood, the leading small kitchen appliance expert in New Zealand, has been awarded the prestigious Gold iF Design Award for its latest innovation - the iconic Kenwood CHEF Sense kitchen machine.
The Heart Foundation’s Tick family has grown even bigger with the introduction of ‘Two Ticks’, making it even easier for Kiwis to identify the core foods for a healthy diet.
South Canterbury blackcurrant company, ViBeri, is leading the way in sustainability, with the largest commercial, certified-organic blackcurrant orchard in the country.
A new pop-up feature on the opening day at The Food Show Christchurch will have Cantabrians’ tongues tingling with new and exciting flavours – if they dare to put their palates on the line!
Grab the faithful old wooden spoon and be prepared to be wowed by the South Island’s foodie event of the year, The Christchurch Food Show – and what a show it promises to be!
The Christchurch Food Show is one of those fun-filled events that only takes place once a year, but like Christmas and birthdays it runs with much more ease and enjoyment if you put a solid survival plan in place.
After 20 years of making fruit juice, cider and bottling water in Central Otago under the brands Alpine Gold and Benger Fruit Beverages, the company is now trading as Benjer Drinks Co.
Waipara Hills is delighted to announce it will be the national Wine Sponsor at The Food Show 2015. The Waipara Hills wines will be matched to delicious dishes, whipped up by celebrity chefs in the Whirlpool Cooking Theatre across three New Zealand shows.
Judge Rock Pinot Noir 2012 wins Gold Medal in the world’s largest wine competition. Judge Rock is a small family boutique wine producer in Alexandra Central Otago.
Let’s face it, in this day and age most of us are a bit hesitant to deep fry our food. But now there’s a new way to create a range of healthy recipes using very little oil. And it’s extremely easy to use and clean.
Welcome to J. Friend and Co where we are unashamedly obsessed with honey, the oldest and most delectable food in the world!
Samples were tasted, fingers were licked, and cash registers rang all day long. Hundreds of savvy exhibitors offered up New Zealand’s largest selection of food, drink, and kitchen gadgets to large numbers of excited foodies in the country’s most popular and successful culinary event.
Premium honey company J. Friend and Co will be launching its latest gourmet offerings at The Food Show Auckland between 31st July and 3rd August 2014.
We are proud to announce we have created a world first and are turning the conventional barista training model on its head, because it takes time to craft an expert barista - and short courses just don't cut it!
This year, a brand you normally associate with fruit - Dole - will be bringing something completely different to The Food Show Auckland: Dole Crunches
It’s not just New Zealand’s largest culinary exhibition where you can try and buy from a huge range of the very best food, drink, and kitchen equipment – it’s also where you can stay ahead of the curve with the latest food trends. Dazzle your friends and relatives with unprecedented levels of food hipness by checking out these on-trend stands at this year’s Food Show Auckland.
Angela Jacobson, owner and marketing manager at Judge Rock says: "This is the third time in 4 entries that our Pinot Noir has won a Gold Medal or Five Stars from the Olympics of World Wine Competitions - few athletes could claim such success...
If the recent pasta-making masterclasses on MasterChef left you wanting more, the newly released Goodness Me It's Gluten Free PASTA cookbook, from Gourmand Award winning author Vanessa Hudson, delivers just that.
Designed and made in NZ especially for domestic fridges, ExtraFresh keeps fruit and vegetables fresher for longer, decreasing spoilage and ensuring that you enjoy the best possible eating experience.
The Westpac Stadium is set to explode into culinary high gear when it hosts The Food Show Wellington from 9 to 11 May 2014, just in time for Mother’s Day. The Food Show contains arguably New Zealand’s greatest selection of food, drink, and kitchen equipment to sample and take home – reason enough to visit, you might think. However, here are 10 more reasons you might not have thought of:
Autumn in Wellington means it’s time to bust out your big coat, wind a scarf around your neck, hop on a trolley bus, and head to The Food Show Wellington at the Westpac Stadium from 9 to 11 May 2014.
Whether you're a Food Show veteran or virgin, you need to know what you're getting into when you attend The Food Show Christchurch from 4 to 6 April at the CBS Canterbury Arena. So here's the top 10 reasons why you should go.
Introducing the Nespresso Inissia, the most lightweight and compact coffee machine from the worldwide pioneer of premium portioned coffee, coffee that will deliver an exceptionally stylish and colourful coffee experience, cup after cup.
Mainlanders get a faster than usual dose of the South Island’s biggest culinary exhibition this year because The Food Show Christchurch has moved forward from September to new, earlier dates: 4 to 6 April at the CBS Canterbury Arena.
It’s the beginning of a new era at The Food Show with the global leader in whiteware manufacture, Whirlpool taking over in 2014 as sponsor of the show’s flagship live cooking demo venue, the cooking theatre, as Electrolux bows out of the role after 10 years.