For anyone who missed the news this week, longstanding Sauce Shop client and burger chain Wendy's is a shining example of how to operate under level 3; drive thru payments made via payWave placed on table and orders also placed on table, with windows closed to ensure no person-to-person contact, even contact tracing for every order. Staff keeping 1 metre apart. Uber drivers asked to sanitize their hands and maintain physical distancing. Great work Wendy's
Foodies, restaurant buffs and music fans will flock to Auckland's waterfront next week for what's gearing up to be an extra special Taste of Auckland.
The country's biggest celebration of food and drink, this year's tenth annual Taste kicks off next Thursday 1 November with a new seaside venue and a host of other firsts including a sustainable seafood theme, dedicated vegan and dessert eateries and some of the country's top music acts on the bill.
Ready for the future of vitamins? New local company Wondermins is set to revolutionise the way we buy vitamins and supplements, offering personalised daily vitamin packs, tailored to your needs and delivered to your door.
Taco aficionados Sarah and Otis Frizzell from The Lucky Taco have launched a new weekly street-eats meal kit delivery service for those keener on dumplings, burgers and tacos than on meat and three veg.
Offering an evolving line-up on the nation's best street eats for consumers to recreate at home in just a few easy steps, the service kicks off with cult Korean burger bar Tiger Burger, Japanese-Brazilian fusion duo the Temaki Truck, pop-up Miss Changy, Thai eatery Farang and K Rd curry house Satya, with other exciting names to be announced soon.