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Adam and Eva's Food Store

A garden of Eden in Havelock North

Adam and Evas Food Store2 Always popular with foodies in Havelock North, Adam and Eva’s Food Store used to be Boldersons. Bought by the owners of the equally popular organic coffee brand, Bay Espresso, Chris and Jonelle Jarvis lightened and brightened and rebranded to reopen as Adam and Eva’s Food Store.

Many local artisan food products are supported here, but there are also imported delicacies that are equally tempting. It’s fun to stop in, buy a coffee and a bite to eat, and browse the shelves where you can choose from a great range of pastas, dried fruits, olives, cheeses, meats and preserves. Onsite chefs produce their own unique range of jams, vinegars, relishes, sauces, dressings, homemade biscuits, cakes, desserts and confectionery. As you’d expect, the coffee is Bay Espresso, organic and fair trade.

Quite simply, this is a good store that’s all about food and sharing the same with friends and family. You’ll find products here that you might have tried before; you might find old favourites, and you just might find a little treasure that tickles your fancy. There’s no doubt however, that you will find something.
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  • Open 7 days
    8.30am-5.00pm Monday to Friday
    8.30am-4.00pm Saturday
    9.00am-3.00pm Sunday

    Posted on 20 August 2013 by justin

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