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Alexandra Fine Foods

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alexandras3 Alexandra Fine Foods, in Auckland, use the highest quality nuts, herbs and spices, to produce a fine range of dukkah, salts, couscous and seasonings. All the products are natural, and spices are freshly ground in-house.

The couscous selection is either French or Israeli couscous (the latter is a pearl semolina pasta, and a larger grain than the French). They’re using pure Marlborough seaflakes to create Lemon Salt (suits leafy vegetables, fish and chicken), Butcher’s Salt (with subtle spices and garlic) and Fisherman’s Salt, a gorgeous dill, lemon and parsley salt. In seasonings, you’ll find Jerk Spice Carribean Rub, Sultry Spice Butter Seasoning and a barbeque variant. The Dukkah (a dip for bread and oil) comes in three aromatic blends, these all add something special to nibbles or starters.

Alexandra’s also produce O’Nuts - absolutely delicious flavoured nuts. Raving Roast and Raving Cajun are both gluten free, and blend almonds, pumpkin seeds and peanuts with natural flavouring. They’ve got Spicy Macadamias, Spiced Almonds, Pecan Secrets and new Wingnuts (just peanuts) in three kinds too. The perfect mid-afternoon snack, and protein-rich!
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