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    5000 fruit and vege boxes supplied to whānau during COVID-19

    The 120,000 tamariki who received free fruit and veges in schools before the lockdown have not been forgotten. The 5+ A Day Charitable Trust partnered with the Ministry of Health to deliver fruit and veges to schools will now send 5000 boxes of fruit and veges a week to the community.

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    Māori businesses to benefit from new food labelling bill

    Customers will soon know how far their apples fall from the tree with the passing of the Consumers' Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill.  The bill introduces mandatory labelling to inform consumers where their meat, fruit, seafood and vegetables come from.

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    Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens

    Fifty-eight Rotorua families and eight local kindergartens are to be given free vegetable gardens and will be taught to grow their own food.  Te Kāea talks to Te Rangikaheke Kiripatea who has been a key figure in making this happen.

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    'Fruit in Schools' programme feeds over 97,000 NZ school kids

    Nearly twenty million pieces of fruit and vegetables have been and will continue to be given to kids in Aotearoa this school year. 

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    Hamilton Gardens hold on to tradition by planting and harvesting kūmara yearly

    Ngāti Wairere was renowned for their traditional planting and harvesting of food on Te Parapara in Hamilton because the land along the banks of the Waikato River was so fertile.  This is a tradition the Hamilton Gardens continues with by planting and harvesting of kūmara each year.

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