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Call for New Zealand’s most delicious Vogel’s recipes

Vogel’s to reunite Kiwis

Call for New Zealand’s most delicious Vogel’s recipes

This winter, Vogel’s will honour the connection Kiwis feel for Vogel’s by flying a homesick Kiwi back to New Zealand for a reunion with family and friends at the new Vogel’s Café.

The mobile café, which will travel throughout New Zealand when it launches in July, will host the reunion in Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga or Christchurch.

To go in the draw to bring a loved one home, innovative foodies are being asked to submit a Vogel’s inspired recipe at Every unique recipe submitted goes into the draw to bring a friend or family member home to New Zealand.

What’s more, the 12 best recipes that are submitted will be honoured on the Toast of NZ menu at the Vogel’s Café. While the top 40 recipes will be selected by a panel of judges, it will be down to Vogel’s fans to vote on the most innovative and delicious 12 recipes that will become the heroes of the menu at the Vogel’s Café.

Jo Sutherland, Marketing Manager for Vogel’s bread, says there is much more to Vogel’s than Marmite on toast and she is sure Kiwis are up to the culinary challenge.

“Vogel’s is a great base for many different recipes and innovative Kiwi foodies have known this for years, which is exactly why we are calling for recipes. We know this is something they will excel in because the passion that New Zealander’s feel towards Vogel’s is amazing and unrivalled. It is for this very reason that we wanted to give back to Vogel’s fans and offer them the chance to bring home their favourite Kiwi from overseas…it’s just one way for Vogel’s to show how much our fans’ continued support is appreciated,” she says.

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