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Kai Festival

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By Shane Ngatai
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Kai Festival

4,000 visitors in four hours attending our annual Kai Festival to purchase kai grown at school over the Summer by students. Harvested in March and then added value to by creating innovative food products to sell. Here the students are selling ambrosia they have made with the strawberries they have grown, the yoghurt they have made and the marshmallows they have purchased.

Over 15 stalls selling 20 different food items. Ranging from sweet corn fritters to marinated mussels. From hangi pork rolls to blueberry ice creams. 

Financial literacy, budgeting, marketing, advertising, healthy eating, hygiene, packaginstop reserving, dehydrating, hydroponics, zero waste, carbon footprints, food miles etc. 

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