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nzalpine3 The gourmet company erring on the sweet side, New Zealand Alpine Gourmet Foods have produced a vast range of cookies, chocolates and candies all made in New Zealand with the finest ingredients and in traditional style.

They make shortbreads in Green Kiwifruit and Manuka Honey and cookies in Golden Kiwifruit and Macadamia Nut, plus chocolates with Kiwifruit liquer and Honeycomb, including a Kiwifruit version of the iconic money coin.

We’re particularly taken with the Organic Active Plus Honey Drops, which are 100% natural, combining Manuka Honey and it’s world-renowned health benefits, and fruits which are high in antioxidants. In four flavours, they all have echinacea to prevent infection and stimulate the immune system. Their Chocolate Postcards are chocolate blocks with iconic New Zealand images on them.

We think it’s great they’ve focussed on quintessential NZ flavours, so not only are they wonderful in your kitchen, but they make a superb gift for friends and family overseas.
Bakery / NZ Alpine Gourmet Foods

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