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KKCC Junior winner at Canterbury Regional final

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Congratulations to Maia Sycamore, Junior winner at the Canterbury Regional Final of Kiwi Kids Can Cook. Read more about 'KKCC Junior winner at Canterbury Regional final'...


New Meet the Grower video - Growing carrots in New Zealand

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This video has been updated. Click on it to play. To find recipes featuring carrots, click on this link.

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A missing ingredient - today's news

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Report: A critical Missing Ingredient - The case for increased dietetic input in New Zealand’s health and disability system Read more about 'A missing ingredient - today's news'...


Updated culinary herbs poster

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A handful of fresh herbs enhances green leafy salads - experiment with the vast range of tastes.Add 'hard' herbs such as bay, rosemary or thyme at the beginning of cooking... Read more about 'Updated culinary herbs poster'...


Join Pukekohe Grower Allan Fong to find out about coriander

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Coriander is also known as cilantro and is available all year. Fresh coriander has a distinctive, strong aromatic and spicy flavour. Read more about 'Join Pukekohe Grower Allan Fong to find out about coriander'...


Fennel is fabulous

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Adam Jory, Operations Manager at Woodhaven Gardens, Levin, in a field of fennel. Read more about 'Fennel is fabulous'...


New Kale 'Easy meals with vegetables' card

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Kale – the latest in the ‘Easy meals with vegetables’ series has been released and is available to download here. Read more about 'New Kale 'Easy meals with vegetables' card'...


Growing cucumbers.

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Hi, Join us in Kaipara where we visit Robert Lindsay and see a cucumber growing operation. Click on the video below.

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Peas please

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Peas are one of the oldest known vegetables. For many centuries only dried peas were used in dishes such as pea and ham soup. Read more about 'Peas please'...


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