Selwyn’s farmers and producers are working hard to provide fresh food during lockdown.
Find out below what can be delivered to your doorstep!
Support local and try the products grown and lovingly made in Selwyn.
Meet some of Selwyn's locals and learn about their stories.
Want to blow away a cold? Try a delicious mousetrap; a toasted slice of bread with gooey melted cheese and… purewasabi paste!
The team at Lonsdale Sheep Dairy in Springston are going from strength to strength.
What comes first, the chicken or the egg? For Dee Oliver and Brendon Albon, their chickens come first.
The William's family work carefully to ensure they promote a carbon-neutral truffle farm by planting trees and monitoring irrigation use.
Mark has found a real passion for the family business, Aylesbury Creamery, delivering A2 farm fresh raw milk to customer’s doorsteps.
Imagine waking up on a warm spring morning to the smell of flowers and a meadow full of vibrant tulips and radiant yellow daffodils in your backyard.
Learn more about the story behind Streamside Organics and the certified organic vegetable farm in Leeston.
The love Cameron and Elysse Renouf have for Leeston sparked the idea to leave their jobs behind and venture into something entirely new and different:
Fancy some ripe juicy cherries for an upcoming summer barbeque?
Steve is the Head Gardener at Selwyn’s luxury Otahuna Lodge. Learn more about what he gets up to during the day and his love for hosting garden tours.
Martin is passionate about keeping it local and employs Nigel, Head Brewer, at The Laboratory in Lincoln.
Barry is a third generation beekeeper in Selwyn. Read about Barry's story and his role in producing delicious honey in Leeston.
Henry smokes delicious salmon at his farmlet in Hororata with sustainability being an important focus of the business.
Christo raises water buffalo in Wairiri Valley to produce yoghurt and cheeses, including halloumi, mozzarella and ricotta.
Simonetta crafts a range of European country-style spreads, chutneys, oil products and liqeurs with ingredients from her 100 year old organic orchid.
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