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Huckleberry Farms Limited - Greenlane

A supermarket alternative

Huckleberry Farms Greenlane The first Huckleberry Farms store opened in Greenlane over a decade ago offering a certified organic alternative to shopping at the big supermarkets. They say “no” to any product that contains artificial ingredients, including colourings, preservatives and thickeners.

There are now three stores: Glen Innes, Greenlane and Grey Lynn's, Harvest Wholefoods, as well as a comprehensive online retail facility with home delivery throughout New Zealand. For those on restricted or gluten free diets, these stores are an excellent place to do your weekly food shopping in Auckland and the stores offer additional dietary advice from qualified natural therapists to customers, should they need it.

Quality local producers are stocked in the stores, often those smaller producers with good products that would struggle to supply regularly to the supermarket chains. But criteria for getting a product onto Huckleberry Farms' shelves are strict and producers are asked to explain and verify packaging ingredients. Packaging claims and product are both scrutinised carefully to give the customer every confidence in their shopping decisions.

These are stores that show they care about your health, the food we eat and the environment.
Organic retailer / Huckleberry Farms Limited - Greenlane

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  • HI again, I meant do you sell wholeale.

    Posted on 19 March 2014 by maharishi christine

  • Hi what are yourprices, do you sell retail?

    Posted on 19 March 2014 by maharishi christine

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