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We have a growing community of government funded and private organisations that would love your support. If you would like to be added to our directory, or have a question about Edible Canterbury, get in touch.

Welles Street

Your inner city local pub is located in the back streets of South Town – an emerging new neighbourhood of the CBD, simply named after its location, Welles Street has 24 beers on tap, Mediterranean inspired pub fare, live music, sports and with its north facing beer garden, it casually celebrates and embraces drinking, eating,…

Contact us: letsmeet@wellesstreet.co.nz

Find us: On google maps

Earl

Your inner city local bistro, Earl, strikes the right chord with its food-centric wine bar, bringing the welcoming fine casual dining lifestyle to Christchurch. Earl is a friendly all-day venue that’s laid back while still delivering an around-the-clock sense of occasion.

Contact us: dine@earl.co.nz

Find us: On google maps

Ooooby Christchurch

We deliver weekly fresh, local and organic food boxes to your door, or workplace and pay fair prices to small-scale farmers. Our mission is to put local small-scale sustainable farming back at the heart of the food system we all depend on. Buying food from our local growers and communities encourages a healthy, seasonal diet,…

Contact us: christchurch@ooooby.com

Project Lyttelton

Project Lyttelton is a grass roots community group that works towards creating a vibrant sustainable community. It has a flat organisational structure, is values based and looks at what is possible rather than what is not working. A lot of what we do is focused around enhancing well being in our community. We run the…

Contact us: office@lyttelton.net.nz

Find us: On google maps

Soil and Health Association of New Zealand

The Soil & Health Association is the largest membership organisation supporting organic food and farming in New Zealand and one of the oldest organic organisations in the world, established in 1941.We are committed to advocating our maxim “Healthy Soil – Healthy Food – Healthy People” and to creating an organic New Zealand.

Contact us: canterbury@organicnz.org.nz

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