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Rare Fare inside Located in Papanui, Christchurch, Rare Fare is regarded as a boutique food and beverage store and they like being referred to as an everyday farmers market. Stocking some unique New Zealand products they can also provide recipes about how to use these products. As they say, it’s all about taste.

Products that are unavailable in mainstream supermarkets and have been created by the small producers of New Zealand are in abundance. The result of their ideas is a one stop shop where you can find top quality protein items such as Akaroa Salmon, Sweetbriar Merino X Lamb and Mountain River Venison with a range of condiments and a handpicked selection of New Zealand made Wine and Beer to complement these items. The majority of products stocked are as the stores name suggests; Rare, and have all been selected based on their exceptional taste and quality, with some items exclusively available at Rare Fare.

On a Saturday, the range is expanded with stallholders arriving in the car park, quality artisan style breads, a great array of organically grown fruit and vegetables, fair trade organic coffee fish fresh from the market and freshly made cakes and slices produced by Shirley Bradstock.
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