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Ripe Deli

Food lovers haven in Grey Lynn

Ripe Deli Ripe Deli is a vibrant food-lovers haven conveniently located on Auckland’s Richmond Road. Ripe Deli focuses on innovative home-made style take-out food using the best of local ingredients.

Owner, Anglea Redfern had noticed a gap in the area for a deli offering excellent good take home meals. So in 2002, she opened her one-stop shop, where you can always find something delicious to take home. While Ripe Deli’s focus is on fresh food cooked on the premises, they also stock a wide range of deli products, gourmet cooking ingredients and condiments. Some of Ripe’s favourite and most popular products are their own muesli, gourmet sandwiches, baked goodies and take home meals from their daily menu.

Angela’s philosophy is simple - she believes in offering fresh, quality, healthy food that is good value for money. Ripe Deli is absolutely committed to supporting local suppliers. With a little bit of creativity, the team in the kitchen add an innovative touch to traditional recipes.

The range of deli products including salamis, cured meats and cheeses, delicious ham on the bone is baked daily in the kitchen and sliced to your needs. Not to mention the fridges and shelves that are filled with old fashioned home-made relishes, dressings and chutneys.
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