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  • Sweet Fashion and Raw Goodness!

    Purewei and Half Baked Catering Co join the already impressive range of locally baked cakes and patisserie at Moore Wilson's Fresh!

    Purewei

    Available exclusively from Moore Wilson's Tory Street Fresh.

    Wei Chen has a unique understanding and mastery of traditional and modern patisserie, introducing Wellington to new and inventive flavours inspired by different cultures.

    More than just cakes, Purewei produce 'sweet fashion'. Handcrafted with passion, using only top ingredients, these sweet treats will ensure you have an unforgettable tasting experience.

    Sold by the whole cake only. Current flavours include:

    Fraisier Strawberry compote, mousseline cream, strawberry mousse with strawberry glaze and Swiss meringue

    Rum Banana & Milk Chocolate Rum banana, milk couverture mousse with cocoa sponge and hazelnut sablé

    Opera Coffee buttercream layer with chocolate ganache and almond sponge

    Matcha Island Green tea mousse, adzuki bean créme with matcha biscuit joconde

    Peanut Chocolate Peanut creme legere, peanut chocolate mousse with almond & peanut dacquoise and honey financier

    Caramel Breton Caramel mousse, salted caramel, dark chocolate cremeux with caramelized walnut and sable breton

    Orders welcome. Phone our Fresh Market on 04 384 9906.

    Half Baked Catering Co.

    Available from Moore Wilson's Tory Street and Porirua Fresh.

    Wellington sister Zara and Shinee credit growing up in Cuba Street cafe Midnight Espresso for providing them with the expertise to invent their own recipes, and instilling a lifelong passion for creating food with love.

    They believe that healthy and joyful lives should be nourished by incredible food. Taking inspiration from the Real Food movement, all of Half Baked’s food is made from scratch using as many local, raw and organic ingredients as possible. Their delicious 'un-baking' is vegan, gluten free, and refined sugar free.

    Sold by the slice. Current flavours include:

    Snickers Slice Cashew coconut base, chocolate mousse layer, crunchy peanut butter, coconut & date caramel, creamy chocolate ganache

    Raspberry & Chocolate Mousse Slice Cashew & coconut base, Chocolate mousse with whole raspberries, Raspberry cream layer, Creamy chocolate ganache

    Individual Carrot Cakes A mix of almonds, cashew nuts, walnuts, mixed spices, carrot and sultanas, layered with lemon cashew cream icing.

    Bliss Balls Lemon, Raspberry and Coconut or Apricot, Almond and Coconut

    Whole cakes available to order.

  • Gladstone Olive Oil - Refillable Bottles

    New in store, Gladstone Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Michelin star chef Adam Newell’s Wairarapa olive grove! Once you've finished your oil, bring the bottle back in store to our Tory Street Fresh Market and we can refill it for you at a discounted price.

    Two varieties available:

    Leccino

    Characteristics: Fruity, Grassy, Peppery, Highly Aromatic
    Use with bold flavours in dishes containing garlic, citrus or chilli. Ideal in pesto.

    Reserve Blend

    Characteristics: Complex flavour, smooth velvet texture, grassy notes
    Use in vinaigrettes, dressings, pasta sauces

    Save up to $5 per bottle when you bring along a bottle to be refilled.

    Refilled bottles must be either 250ml or 1L.

  • Alfajores: A Traditional Argentinian Treat

    Traditional Argentinian alfajores handmade in Wellington.

    Alfajores are sweet treats that have been present since colonial times all over Latin America. Each country has a different way of preparing them, but the concept is the same: two cookies filled with some kind of caramel.

    A twist on the ancient Arab dessert, alajú, Alfajores became popular in the mid-19th century in Argentina. Alfajores are considered somewhat of a national treasure in Argentina with over 900 million units being consumed each year.

    Dulce de leche is the most popular filling for alfajores in Argentina.  It is a confection prepared by boiling large quantities of vanilla-flavoured milk and sugar until they almost disappear. In Argentina this thick caramel is eaten with a spoon, spread on bread or biscuits, used to fill cakes, biscuits and fritters or dolloped onto other desserts.

    People eat them walking down the street and waiting for the bus. You might get a mini-alfajor,
    the size of a golf ball, served with your coffee. Pastry shops display their alfajores in front
    windows.

    New to Moore Wilson's Fresh are La Casa Handcrafted Alfajores, made in Wellington in small batches with love and dedication. All the ingredients used except for the chocolate sourced locally. No additives and/or preservatives are used. Two flavours are available:

    ALFAJORES DE CHOCOLATE (Marplatense style) These alfajores consist in two delicate cocoa biscuits (cake-like cookies) sandwiched together by a thick layer of dulce de leche, a creamy caramel confection made from milk and sugar and hand dipped entirely in dark or white chocolate. The dough is made with European style butter, fresh eggs with hints of fresh orange and a touch of rum as a background flavor. They also contain wheat and flavored with honey.

    ALFAJORES DE MAIZENA “Maizena” is a traditional brand of cornstarch and a household name in Argentina. Maizena--corn starch--is used along with flour to give the biscuits a texture that is lighter than a typical shortbread cookie. Two of these biscuits are sandwiched with dulce de leche filling and rolled in coconut.That lightness still captures the cookie's buttery flavor, and together with dulce de leche, they will melt in your mouth. The dough is made with European style butter, fresh eggs with hints of fresh lemon zest and a touch of Cognac as a background flavor.

    3 pack boxes of Maizena, Dark Chocolate and Mixed White & Dark Chocolate La Casa Alfajores are in store now at Moore Wilson's Fresh Market.

     

  • Wellington's Tea Scene

    The tea craze has well and truly taken off with the classic ‘gumboot tea’ being replaced by teas carefully blended with fruits, flowers, herbs or spices—or all of the above!

    Try something new today and brew up a big pot from one of these local tea blenders:

    RITUAL TEA founder Katie Smith started drinking tea at the age of six. Out of her own teacup and saucer, the tea was sweet and only used for dunking wine biscuits. While at university, Katie’s tea drinking horizon expanded and after completing a business degree, Katie couldn’t get the idea of tea out of her mind. Like most start-ups, Ritual Tea Company has had a modest beginning. Katie started Ritual Tea Company while working full time. Based in Petone, Katie has spent many late nights blending, tasting and packaging. Each batch is hand-blended using single estate, hand-picked, Fairtrade and organic tea from the Idulgashinna plantation in Sri Lanka, the world’s oldest organic tea plantation.

    Kitchen Table: Black tea prized for its full-body and malty flavour.
    Ruby Red:  Tangy hibiscus flowers paired with ruby red rosehips. A touch of strawberry gives a fruity finish.
    Smell the Roses: Green tea with pink rose petals.
    Shot in the Arm: The citrus flavour of lemongrass is combined with fragrant ginger and lemon.

    t LEAF T produce one of NZ’s largest range of teas and infusions from around the world. Owners John and Amanda Van Gorp travelled all over, visiting exotic tea gardens and creating relationships within the global tea trade to bring the world of tea to New Zealanders.

    With over 5 million cups of t Leaf T brewed every year, and more than 160 teas and infusions packaged and blended in their Petone HQ, t Leaf Tremain devoted to the increasing demand for a good cuppa, and the significant value of tea moments.  A range of t Leaf T teas are available from Moore Wilson’s Fresh including:

    Kawakawa Fire: native New Zealand kawakawa leaf blended with lemongrass and ginger.
    Earl Grey Blue Flower: classic bergamot tea decorated with cornflower blossoms.
    Chai: A spicy black tea with the tastes of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and a hint of pepper.
    Japanese Matcha Powder: produced by grinding tea leaves into powder. It can be used as a tea and is also popular in baking and homemade ice cream.

    LIBERTINE BLENDS teas are edgy, organic, and blended with love in small batches in Berhampore.

    The blends are created from native and traditional herbs, and sold at Moore Wilson’s Fresh pre-bagged in compostable tea filters for fuss-free infusing.

    Kapow: a bold, warming blend of kawakawa, lemongrass, cardamon and chilli.
    Rock Ohm: a grounding and cooling blend of manuka, mint, lemon balm and rosemary.
    Runaway Rose: a delicate and soothing blend of elderflower, rose, lavender and vanilla (pictured above).

    RECIPE: Libertine Blends Runaway Rose Iced Tea
    Iced tea is a great way to add nourishing herbs to your diet and keep hydrated during hot summer days. It’s simple to make, with lots of scope for creative flourishes.

    First the ice - to make the day before: Scan your garden or fridge for all types of garnish - herbs, edible flowers, lemons, overripe berries. Slice fruit and lemons, portion flowers and herbs into a muffin tray, this will allow for large ice chunks. The next step is to add just boiled water. Yes, this means you’ll need to wait for the tray to cool right down before popping in the freezer, but it will draw more flavour from the herbs, fruits and flowers.

    To prepare the tea: Infuse the tea at double strength, so there’s a lot of flavour to pass on once it’s diluted by ice. Infuse Runway Rose between 30 mins and an hour.

    To serve: Add the garnishes to the glasses, ice to the jug, and pour over your strong tea. If you fancy spicing things up, add a splash of gin and you’re ready to sip and watch the sunset.

  • Gate To Plate: Locally Grown Lamb

    A new concept in meat retailing has been launched this February that will see lamb lovers in the Wellington region guaranteed of buying some of the very best lamb available from the Wairarapa.

    The arrival of Gate to Plate branded lamb will hit selected stores following the success of the prestigious Gate to Plate lamb competition that began two years ago as a feature of the Masterton A&P Show.

    Gate to Plate assesses the quality of lamb rearing and production ‘on the hoof, on the hook and on the plate’. It takes meat traceability to a whole new level by assessing the farming practice, production process and final product, and rating it every step of the way.

    Instigated to reflect consumers’ increasing interest in the origins of their food, concern for sustainable and ethical food production, the competition was also driven by farmers wanting to constantly improve their product and connect with their customers.

    Chair of Masterton A&P Show, Alan Williams says the competition has been such a success that they decided to make the entrants’ meat available for retail, by branding the lamb.

    ‘The response to Gate to Plate has been really positive,’ says Mr Williams. ‘Both farmers and the public have embraced the concept and we realised that people were genuinely interested in the ethics of where their meat came from.

    ‘Through the competition, consumers can find out almost to the paddock, where their lamb was raised, who the farmer who nurtured the lamb was, and be assured of its journey from the lovely Wairarapa paddock to a carefully selected retailer. The Wairarapa is increasingly becoming renowned for the quality food it produces, and this is yet more evidence that we’re committed to that.

    ‘Gate to Plate is now not just a badge of honour for the farmer, it’s a product they can proudly see hitting kitchens and barbeques around the region. This is very heartening for the farmer.’

    2015 winner and farmer Lynley Wyeth of Spring Valley Farm says she agrees the competition and now the branded lamb, meets an important need for farmers as well as consumers.

    ‘People probably don’t realise how much heart and soul goes into producing great lamb. It is actually a privilege to produce food for families, and to see it appreciated and recognised is fantastic,’ she says. ‘Any farmer can grow a great lamb, but to do it year on year to the same, if not better, standard, is the challenge.

    ‘The Gate to Plate process gives farmers the tools to constantly improve, by working on the data they get at each stage. You get a baseline and go from there. And now there is real reward in seeing it available on the shop shelves. It’s a very exciting next step.’

    Gate to Plate Lamb is available from Moore Wilson's Fresh Masterton, Wellington and Porirua.

  • Turmeric

    This quintessential curry spice is one of the healthiest ways to add flavour and colour to home-cooked dishes, and is also great in drinks. Not only is it delicious, this tasty seasoning packs a medicinal punch.

    BACKGROUND

    Turmeric has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine throughout history. It is considered a cleansing herb for the entire body, especially the liver, where toxins are held. It is often used to support digestion and to treat infection, headaches, inflammation and fever. With a slightly bitter taste, it blends very well with other spices and even sweet dishes.

    The turmeric plant, which grows five to six feet tall, is found in the tropical regions throughout Southern Asia. Its finger-like stalks contain the spice's healing agents, although the root is also used in traditional Indian recipes. Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is responsible for its bright colour and is behind a whole host of the health benefits that can be attributed to the spice. Unfortunately, curcumin is poorly absorbed into the bloodstream. When paired with black pepper, however, the bioavailability of curcumin is significantly increased, with some studies reporting that it is more than a thousand times more potent.

    BENEFITS

    Turmeric acts as a natural anti-inflammatory. It has been found to be so potent that it matches the effectiveness of some anti-inflammatory drugs. As such, several studies have demonstrated its assistance in those suffering from arthritis.

    Curcumin happens to be a powerful antioxidant that neutralises free radicals that exist in the body. It also works to stimulate the body's own antioxidant enzymes. Studies show that curcumin has an incredible impact on depression. A study in 60 depressed patients showed that curcumin was as effective as Prozac in alleviating the symptoms of depression. Adding turmeric to the diet can also help support a healthy liver function. The University of Maryland Medical Center found that curcumin stimulates production of bile by the gallbladder, which in turn is used to eliminate toxins. The bile also rejuvenates liver cells that break down harmful compounds.

    Turmeric can improve and ease digestive issues. In a 1989 study, supplements made from the turmeric plant were found to be more effective at curbing heartburn and indigestion symptoms than a placebo, most likely related to the plants known powers to fight inflammation. Studies have shown that the curcumin in turmeric can assist in cancer prevention and treatment, and can reduce the growth of new blood vessels in tumours. It has also shown to inhibit the spread of cancer (metastasis), as well as contributing to the death of cancerous cells.

    HOW TO EAT IT
    The simplest way to add turmeric into your diet is to use it raw, grated into salads and salad dressing, or steeped with a little hot water and honey for a refreshing tea. You can also use it in its powdered form in stir-fries, rice dishes, curries or soups. You can even blend it into your next veggie juice or smoothie.

    You’ll find powdered and fresh (when available) Turmeric at Moore Wilson’s Fresh.

  • World Pantry

    Don't know your Sumac from Zahtar? Asian sauces gathering dust in your kitchen?

    A lot of people tend to avoid some of these wonderful products simply because they don't know how to use them. Here's the low down on some of the popular imported, and locally made, world tastes available at Moore Wilson's Fresh.

    Asian, Mediterranean, American and South American flavours simply lend themselves to summer dishes. Take a step out of your comfort zone and stock up your pantry with some different spices, sauces and pastes - you won't look back!

    Bulldog Tonkatsu Sauce A popular Japanese condiment, this flavour-packed sauce is made to be served with ‘Tonkatsu’ - a traditional breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet. It also pairs well with other meats.

    S&B Nanami Togarashi Nanami literally means “seven flavours” in Japanese. This tasty blend is made up of chilli pepper, orange peel, black and white sesames seeds, Japanese Pepper, Ginger and Seaweed.

    Urban Hippie Miso Paste Miso is one of Japan’s traditional fermented foods. This one is hand crafted in Nelson and fermented for more than 6months. Use for soups, stir fries, marinades, dips and more.

    Obento Cooking Sake A rice based staple of Japanese cooking. Use to add extra flavour to meat, fish and vegetables. Combine with Mirin and Japanese Soy Sauce for a tasty dipping sauce.

    Kewpie Japanese Mayonnaise Regarded as the best mayonnaise in the world. Made from egg yolks only rather the whole eggs plus rice vinegar, soy based vegetable oil and a touch of the flavour enhancer MSG.

    Megachef Premium Oyster Sauce Made in Thailand from real oysters. All natural production methods contribute to an elusive savouriness known as ‘Umami’, the so-called fifth taste, which gives depth and length on the palate. Use for stir-fries, braises or marinades.  Contains no MSG, colour and artificial flavours.

    Megachef Premium Fish Sauce Created using only the finest quality anchovies and sea salt. Natural fermentation of 2 years contributes to its rich briny saltiness, yet rounded and clean taste. Excellent for stir-fries, curries or sauces. Megachef Premium Fish Sauce is gluten free and preservative free, and contains no MSG and artificial colours.

    Surasang Kimchi Hot Sauce  A spicy and sour Korean sauce. For something different, try as a dipping sauce with fried chicken or mix through your next batch of popcorn.

    Huy Fong Sriracha  Made in California from sun ripened chillies, this is the original Sriracha sauce. A delicious, spicy addition to any meal.

    Culley’s Buffalo Wing Sauce Auckland hot sauce producer Culley’s take on a classic USA Buffalo style wing sauce. Available in Mild and Hot (6/10 heat factor).

    Alderson’s Smoky Morepork BBQ Sauce An all-natural (contains no refined sugar!), family friendly condiment that goes great with beef, pork, chicken, pizza and veggies.

    Culley’s No1. Hot Sauce Culley’s award winning ‘Reserve’ hot sauce, made from a selection of the finest NZ grown chillies.

    El Yucateco Annatto Achiote Paste A versatile Mexican seasoning paste made from high-quality annatto seeds, grown on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Use a generous amount to marinade chicken, beef and pork, or prepare a succulent “Cochinita Pibil” - a traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish.

    La Morena Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce Smoky chipotle chillies in a tomato-vinegar sauce from La Morena, one of the top distributed brands in Mexico. Just add a few chipotles with a bit of the adobo sauce to soups, stews, and sauces.

    La Boca Loca Salsa Verde Tangy tomatillo and serrano chilli salsas from Miramar’s Mexican experts. A must try with La Boca Loca’s authentic totopos (corn chips).

     Al Rabih Pomegranate Molasses A dark, tangy syrup made by reducing pure pomegranate juice. It has a sweet yet almost lemony/tamarind flavour. Use in dressings and marinades in place of vinegar and honey.

    Al Rabih Rosewater  A vital ingredient for many Middle Eastern desserts and Turkish Delight.

    Pariya Range An exclusive selection of Persian products that are unique, simple, elegant and delicious including Rose Buds, Barberries and Slivered Almonds. Pariya also produce a Wild Willow Water which is often used as an alternative for Rosewater and is great for use in
    vodka-based cocktails and homemade ice creams.

    Alexandra’s Tajine Spice A rich blend of 13 tasty spices, including sweet paprika, caraway, cumin, ginger and coriander. Increasingly popular for the Moroccan tajine or slow cooking.

    Alexandra’s Zahtar A classic Middle Eastern herb and spice blend including thyme, sumac and sesame seed. Use with chicken or fish, or sprinkle onto pita breads with a drizzle of oil and bake in the oven for a true Mediterranean treat.

    Le Phare du Cap Bon Harrisa Paste Harissa is a North African hot red sauce or paste. It’s main ingredients are chili peppers (often smoked or dried) and garlic. Though most closely associated with Tunisia and Algeria, it is a standard ingredient of North African cuisine.Harissa often contains seeds like coriander, caraway, or cumin, and usually olive oil. It is used both as a condiment and as an ingredient in recipes. A NZ made Harissa is also available from Adventure Kitchen.

     Equagold Aromatic Sumac A tangy lemon-flavoured spice, made from the berries of a wild bush that grows in the Mediterranean. Commonly rubbed on to kebabs before grilling and paired with fish or chicken. Equagold’s Sumac is imported from Syria and is of the finest quality.

    St Andrews Limes Preserved Lemons Preserved in salt and vacuum packed. To use, discard flesh and slice finely. Great in potato, green & bean salads, rice, couscous and lamb dishes.

    These are just some of the Asian, Mediterranean, American and South American products available - visit us instore for our full range and more great tastes from around the world!

  • Japanese & Korean Cuisine

    One of the fastest emerging trends in New Zealand today is the increasing diversity of what we’re eating and cooking. Our interest in ethnic restaurants and ethnic foods has taken on a new dimension and there’s no doubt we’ve all become a lot more adventurous in our attitude.

    This diversity is reflected in the range of ethnic foods available at Moore Wilson’s Fresh. For instance, we continue to expand the range of Japanese and Korean ingredients and condiments we have in available. The following is a guide to some of the most popular:

    Belacan A fermented paste made from shrimp meat. A condiment that is common throughout Japan and Korea and is especially a feature of Malaysian cuisine. An essential ingredient in many sauces and curries. Recommended that you use it sparingly as it has a strong and pungent flavour.

    Gochujang A hot pepper Korean fermented paste made with red pepper flakes, glutinous rice, soybeans and salt. Used in various Korean stews and soups and also to marinate meat. The most quintessential Korean condiment of them all.

    Gochugaru  Made from coarsely ground sun dried red peppers and this is the ingredient that has given Korean food its hot and spicy reputation. The flavour is hot, sweet and slightly smoky.

    Kimchi A traditional Korean side dish now available pre-prepared. Based on fermented cabbage and sometimes including daikon radish, onion, garlic, ginger and red pepper, it has recently been named as one of the world’s healthiest foods. While the Koreans serve Kimchi with just about every meal, there are lots of things you can do with it too. Use it to wake up your morning scrambled eggs, great as a wrap filling and a tasty way to top off a baked potato. Both Korean Kimchi and a locally produced version are available.

    Kewpie Mayonnnaise Regarded as the best mayonnaise in the world. Made from egg yolks only rather the whole eggs plus rice vinegar, soy based vegetable oil and a touch of the flavour enhancer MSG.

    Mirin Sweet Japanese cooking wine with a golden colour and made from glutinous rice. Not only adds sweetness but also gives a gloss or shine to a dish. Essential for teriyaki chicken and wonderful drizzled over salmon.

    Miso
     A traditional Japanese paste made from fermented Soy beans. These are numerous types and textures available. Provides an intense almost meaty savoury flavour despite being a vegan-based condiment. As a general rule, the lighter the Miso colour the more mild the flavour. A New Zealand - made Miso is now being made using Nelson soybeans.

    Nanami Togarashi Nanami literally means ‘seven flavours’ in Japanese. This tasty spice blend is made up of chilli pepper, orange peel, black and white sesame seeds, Japanese Pepper, Ginger and Seaweed.

    Nori A type of seaweed that comes in in dark green/black sheets and most commonly used as a wrap for Sushi. Can be shredded or bought in a powdered form (called anori) and used as a garnish or flavouring for noodle dishes and soups.

    Panko Breadcrumbs These Japanese-style breadcrumbs are light and fluffy and incredibly crisp. You can, in fact, use them in just about any recipe that calls for breadcrumbs.
    Rice Vinegar: This is mild in flavour and is not as acidic as western vinegar. A pale yellow colour it is used as sushi vinegar and in making pickles.

    Tofu
     Bean curd made from soy bean milk and formed into a block. Has a myriad of uses in salads, soups and can be eaten by itself. Available either firm or soft (silken).

    Wakame Another form of seaweed, often used in Miso soup, noodle soups and salads. Wakame comes in dried or frozen form. When using dried wakame, soak in water to soften before using or just add a few pieces to soup. Be careful not to use too much as the pieces expand greatly in size. Frozen Wakame does not require cooking.

    Wasabi This Japanese horseradish tastes very peppery and pungent. While fresh wasabi is sometimes available, it is mostly used in a paste or powdered form.

    Soy sauce, Sesame oil, Fish sauce, Rice wine etc. are universally used in Asian cuisine and each Asian country generally makes its own version. Generally these base ingredients are inter-changeable irrespective of their country of origin. Simply use the version that most suits your personal taste.

    Visit Moore Wilson's Tory Street Fresh Market for our full range of Korean & Japanese ingredients.

  • Linkwater: The Cheddar We Age Ourselves

    When Moore Wilson Fresh first opened in 1998, we were able to source delightful aged cheddar from the Koromiko Dairy Company in Marlborough.

    Regrettably, as the Dairy industry rationalised and merged itself in search of global efficiencies, it was decided to close the Marlborough factory and send the Marlborough milk elsewhere. It was also decided that the aging of cheddar would be undertaken in a larger more efficient location. So it was bye bye to Moore Wilson’s favourite aged cheddar as it was absorbed into NZ’s centralised (but efficiently processed) cheddar mountain.

    We spent some time searching the country to find a similar aged cheddar and quickly discovered that aging a decent volume of cheddar beyond 2 years wasn’t on anyone’s agenda.

    Now anyone who knows cheese will tell you that good cheddar, like fine wine, simply gets better with age. The flavours sharpen and become more intense. Sometimes lactic crystals form in the cheddar adding a delightfully crunch to the texture.

    As a result, we decided to age some cheddar ourselves.

    This fine quality cheddar is aged for at least 30 months and has a distinctive character and sharpness. The cheddar is named Linkwater after one the earliest NZ’s cheese factories that was located in Marlborough. In the old days cheese produced at Linkwater used to be shipped by scow to Wellington from the Grove Arm Wharf - before being on-shipped to the UK. We also chose to use a Marlborough name to honour the Marlborough cheddar that first showed us what good aging can do for flavour.

    In 2013 we released another cut and wrapped cheddar called Cullen’s Valley.

    Cullen’s Valley is a quality mild cheddar, the ideal family cheddar with a mildness that all the family will love, especially the kids.

    The name Cullen’s Valley comes from Marlborough and the Cullen family were early suppliers to the Linkwater Dairy factory, one of NZ’s first dairy factories.

    Linkwater & Cullen’s Valley Cheddars are available from all Moore Wilson’s Grocery & Fresh Stores in retail and bulk 1kg+ sizes.

  • The Moore Wilson's Recipe Collection

    The new Moore Wilson's Recipe Collection is a compilation of recipes featuring popular products available from Moore Wilson's Fresh Market

    The initial release of 32 recipe cards, themed and ‘Dinner’ and 'Baking', come in a limited edition tin and are full of inspiration for everything from simple yet delicious dinners through to decadent cakes and even some raw un-baked options.

    Series 2 'Summer' and 'Festive' is available now to add to your tin.

    Keep the tin handy on your kitchen bench and enjoy browsing recipes featuring quality brands including Regal Salmon, Loaf, Freedom Farms, The Fresh Grower, Whittaker’s, Fix & Fogg, Heilala Vanilla and many more.

    New recipe card sets will be released over the coming months so be sure to keep an eye out online and in-store and add them to your collection!

    The Moore Wilson's Recipe Collection Tin Set is available online now.

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