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    Kai, KFC and a kihi – What people want on Valentine’s

    It’s not the normal gifts that people seem to want to be given this year. Te Kāea went out to find what people truly desire.

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    Māngere resident serves free Christmas kai for community

    Faye Marie has been working hard this Christmas Day to prepare a free, traditional Cook Island dinner for her community.

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    What’s on the menu for City Mission Christmas lunch

    More than 2000 guests and 600 volunteers are expected to fill Spark Arena tomorrow as part of the Auckland City Mission’s annual Christmas lunch.

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    Super Kai

    Scientists are investigating a special blend of native plants and common spices in the hope it may help prevent some types of cancer. The kīnaki is the brainchild of the late Ngahuia Hare Lena of Tūhoe. Her whānau have joined forces with AgResearch scientists to test its potential as a food in the fight against cancer.

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    Homegrown hemp seed- a new kai

    Hemp seed products may be the new healthy superfood, according to a Ngāti Kahungunu man who is stepping up production.

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    Kai Rotorua making kūmara accessible in the community

    Today, Kai Rotorua has planted over 100 kūmara, which will eventually be donated to volunteers, marae and community groups.

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    Encouraging ‘food sovereignty’

    Dozens of community pantries have popped up across the country in a push to provide food to those in need. But is this solving the issue of food poverty?

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    Rourou kai weave their way through the aisles

    One Christchurch produce store thinks they have found the answer to the plastic bag problem, with the introduction of Kai Baskets - an initiative woven together by whānau throughout Waitaha. 

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    Manaaki think you're ready for this jelly

    A range of Māori-inspired condiments including kawakawa jelly, kamokamo pickle and horopito and lemon sauce are finalists in this year’s Inspire + NZ Artisan Awards.

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    Take what you need, leave what you can

    The free street open pantry movement, or Pātaka Kai, is sweeping across Aotearoa. Starting less than a month ago in the South Auckland community of Ōtara, today more than 30 open pantries are listed on the map, with more flagged to be launched soon.

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