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Rewi Spraggon’s Hangi Master business has won a Snail of Approval at the inaugural Slow Food Awards.

Slow Food Auckland committee member Anutosh Cusack says the internationally recognised Snail of Approval programme promotes locally grown and produced food that is good, clean and fair and promotes the people who make it happen.

The Slow Food movement was founded in Italy in 1989 to prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions.

Just 14 Auckland businesses received the tohu, including café and grocer Scarecrow Kitchen, heirloom tomato grower Curious Croppers, Herne Bay’s community Kelmarna Gardens and specialist meat business A Lady Butcher.

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