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This July, My Food Bag expands to 87% of New Zealand

11 July 2018

This July, My Food Bag expands to 87% of New Zealand.

My Food Bag is now delivering across New Zealand, providing their food home delivery service of the freshest New Zealand produce, meat and delicious recipes to households across the country. My Food Bag, a wonderful Kiwi success story, will extend its phenomenally popular service to an additional 151 new suburbs this July, which means they now deliver to 87% of New Zealand.

Nadia Lim, co-founder of My Food Bag says, “We’ve been working long and hard to bring our delicious bags to even more New Zealanders and I’m thrilled that almost all Kiwis will now have the chance to enjoy our recipes and locally sourced ingredients.”

It’s simple really – the My Food Bag team get up early and hit the markets to find the freshest local New Zealand produce, meat and fish, for their flavoursome and seasonal menus. In fact, over 98% of their produce and 100% of their meat is sourced from within New Zealand. These quality ingredients together with wholesome recipes prepared by My Food Bag’s Development Kitchen team and Nadia Lim herself, provide delicious dinners delivered to your front door every week or every fortnight.

Together with Bargain Box, which promises everyday family favourites for an even more affordable family option and Fresh Start with Nadia which combines portion control, healthy eating and cooking techniques for meals that are nutritionally balanced and 450 calories or less – the food options from My Food Bag are ample.

Home cooks across New Zealand can begin ordering either My Food Bag, Bargain Box or Fresh Start right now.

For more information, to see terms & conditions and to view My Food Bags range visit


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