Frequently Asked Questions
From Country of Origin to recycling Goodness Kitchen packaging and exporting, here are the answers to your most frequently asked questions. Still can't find the answer? Just get in touch!
Where can I find the Country of Origin on pack?
The Country of Origin can be found in one of two places on the back of pack. It'll either be printed below the barcode, or will have been stamped on the pack beside the nutritional information with the best before date.
Why do you source some of your products from overseas?
While we do grow many berries in New Zealand, including all berries in the Goodness Kitchen New Zealand range, there are not enough growers in New Zealand to meet the needs of our population. We do continuously work with local growers to increase supply.
It's also important to us that our fruits and veggies are grown in the optimum climates and conditions. There are many fruits and veggies that are unable to grow here.
Can I recycle my Goodness Kitchen packaging?
All Goodness Kitchen packaging is recyclable under the New Zealand Soft Plastics Scheme. Make sure the bags are clean, empty and dry and drop them into the soft plastics recycling bin at your local supermarket and other stores. Find out more here.
Where can I find Goodness Kitchen Choc Bites?
Choc Bites are a frozen product. These tasty little morsels can be found in the freezer aisle at most Pak'nSave, New World, Farro and Raeward Fresh stores nationwide.
Do you export Goodness Kitchen products?
Goodness Kitchen frozen fruit products can be exported worldwide by complying with the regulations and guidelines of any destination country. We can work with you to provide a range of products to meet your requirements.
Products available for export include:
- Frozen strawberries, cherries and NZ blueberries single-dipped in dark chocolate
- IQF New Zealand Fruits including Blueberries, Blackcurrants and Mixed Berries
- IQF Organic Fruits including Mango, Blueberries, Raspberries and Mixed Berries
- IQF Premium Harvest Fruits including Pineapple, Passionfruit, Cherries, Wild Blueberries and Cranberries