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Add One More Vegetable: Improving New Zealander's Health By Adding One More Vegetable A Day, Every Day

Thursday, 29 February 2024, 9:30 am | Vegetables.co.nz

Improving every New Zealanders’ health by encouraging them to Add One More Vegetable a day, every day, is the idea behind a new initiative launched today. ‘Everyone can improve their health by adding one more vegetable a day, no matter how many vegetables ... More >>

For Good Health This Winter Look To Seasonal Vegetables For Immunity Support

Wednesday, 1 June 2022, 4:51 pm | Vegetables.co.nz

As the cold weather sets in across Aotearoa, thoughts turn to how we can keep ourselves healthy, therefore the arrival of locally grown, tasty winter vegetable crops couldn’t come at a better time. 5+ A Day Project Manager, Carmel Ireland says eating at least ... More >>

NZ Defence Force is City & Guilds Training Team of 2013

Monday, 26 August 2013, 10:24 am | Vegetables.co.nz

Chef students, Natalie Verstegen and Blakely Kavea, along with restaurant service student J. D. Teture cooked and served their way to success at this year's City & Guilds Training Team of the Year competition. More >>

Judges set for hospitality competition

Tuesday, 13 August 2013, 10:47 am | Vegetables.co.nz

Described as a "panel full of talent", the judges are ready to dish out advice and points at this year's City & Guilds Training Team of the Year competition. The City & Guilds Training Team of the Year competition gets underway at 11.30am on 18 August ... More >>

Chefs Wow With Creative Vegetable Dishes

Wednesday, 17 July 2013, 2:41 pm | Vegetables.co.nz

Colour, inspiration, style and customer-appeal were all features in the winning dishes from this year’s New Zealand Vegetarian Dish Challenge. Run by vegetables.co.nz and food distributor Bidvest, the competition aimed to find the best vegetarian dishes ... More >>




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