There is an abundance of fine food being grown, harvested, made, prepared and served in Dunedin, as well as some fine brown brews being poured. Learn about the local stories behind many of New Zealand's best known brands.
Each year, in July, thousands of people from all around New Zealand and overseas stand at the bottom of the steepest St in the world, Baldwin Street, and watch as more than 40,000 giant jaffas race to the bottom.
Emerson’s premium craft beers are very special. They combine fidelity to style, aroma, flavour and finish with their own distinctive balance and memorability.
The Evansdale Cheese story begins in 1978 when the Dennison family cow started producing more milk than the family could use.
Dunedin’s beautiful railway station provides a wonderful backdrop for the Otago Farmers Market every Saturday morning.
Every week up to 65 stalls present a treasure trove of top local produce for food-lovers and home gourmets alike; buy direct from growers and producers of the region’s best in meat, poultry, fish and produce plus tempting luxuries from a wide array of treats and tastes.
Visit the Market Chef onsite in the market caravan where each week delicious and healthy meals based on the fresh produce from the Otago Farmers Market are created for visitors to sample, the recipes are available for you to recreate at home. The stall vendors, buskers, coffee and breakfast stalls, all present a unique "village-like" from 8am – 12.30pm every Saturday, don’t miss it!
A mate would never leave a mate stranded without Speight's beer which is why Speight’s decided to send a Speight’s Ale House to desperate Kiwis in the United Kingdom.
Did you know that Wests New Zealand Ltd is the oldest and longest continuous manufacturer of cordials and soft drinks in the country?