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Dante's Fine Foods

My pantry in Cambridge

dantes Dante’s is basically the larder you wish was in your kitchen. It’s a finely honed collection of high-end, artisan, and dietary specific foods, with an emphasis on taste and authenticity.

Situated in Cambridge in the North Island, this lovely shop is well worth the trip up or down. Just some of the products you’ll find include the Sabato range, other true-blue Italian pastas and sauces, cheeses, honeys, oils, spices, chutneys, Tea Total tea and handmade chocolates.

Many products are locally made, but there’s a selection of internationally sourced foods too. They have a range of imported cheeses, German sauerkraut, and even the famous American Pop Tarts if you remember them fondly.

In the special requirements section you’ll find a substantial number of gluten free products, as well as ones catering for dairy-free, vegan, and diabetic diets.

Also, if you’re after anything specific, Vicki knows her stuff - she’ll be happy to guide you.

A true collection of gourmet food.
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  • What a treasure! Abolsutely delightful shop with something for everyone, all the little special things you need and some you didn't know you needed. Helpful, friendly staff with some great ideas. South Africans who may be looking for something from Cape Herb & Spice Company, you will find a fabulous selection here! Do stop here when you are passing through, you will not be disappointed.

    Posted on 03 November 2013 by Noelene

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