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Wednesday, 05 March 2014 13:00

Essential Deli

At Essential Deli, we strive to source only the best tasting ingredients and products for you because, we know, food is as important to you as it is us.

For a lunch on the go or specially crafted, bespoke catering for an event - Essential Deli will prepare a plethora of options to tempt your taste buds while fitting in with your needs and budget. All our food is prepared with top quality ingredients by our chef, Andrew. We have options to suit all of our customers dietary needs and for the meat-lovers – all of our food uses ethically farmed meats and eggs.

For the coffee lovers out there, Essential Deli uses Millers Organic Coffee beans in our coffee to enable you to kick-start (or continue) your day in the best possible way.

Chocolate: one of the finest words for one of the finest foods.

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Wednesday, 05 March 2014 00:00

KC Loo Fruit Centre

KC Loos is a bit of an institution in Mt Eden. A family owned fruit and vege store that has been up and running for generations. It's pretty rare that an independent family owned business would last so long in such a central Auckland location, and that's one of the best things about shopping at KC Loos - you're supporting a good cause and helping maintain a community oriented company.

Situated on the corner of Stokes Road and Mt Eden Road, KC Loos is constantly packed with local customers, and it is that well known for having quality produce!

Also very reasonably priced, you can find everything from fresh big broccoli heads to juicy watermelons, mangoes and papaya at KC Loos.

Tip: Over summer KC Loos often stock mixed packs of fruits like watermelon, pineapple, mango, and rockmelon which are really cheap and are perfect for picnics and potluck dinners!
KC Loo has a fantastic range of fresh flowers what would brighten up the dullest of days.

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