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Harringtons Small Goods

Harringtons Small Goods

harringtons Harringtons specialise in award-winning smallgoods made to traditional European recipes, but using the freshest and healthiest New Zealand grown ingredients. Artificial flavours are never used.
They stock Wharekauhau Texel Premium Lamb, from the South Waipara Coast, which produces fresh and excellent quality lamb all year round, Kapiti artisan breads, free-range eggs, free-range corn-fed chicken, prime New Zealand beef cuts, Fare Game wild venison from Fiordland, and a large range of other hand-crafted smallgoods and delicatessen products.

You’ll also find Waimarino Free Range Pork, 100% grain-fed pork from a farm near Mt Ruapehu where every hand-raised sow has her own paddock and bedding, and no antiobiotics, hormones or animal by-products are used.

Harringtons have a formidable range of sausages, with no artificial additives or preservatives, including Beef Chipolata, Lamb Kofta, Manuka-smoked Saveloys, cabanossis and chorizos. There are lot of European specialties too: haggis, black pudding, terrine, mortadella... and many gluten-free products.

A must visit if travelling through Otaki.
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