Celebrate Easter the right way at Huckleberry’s flavour-filled Market Days

Raisin-stuffed buns emblazoned with saccharine crosses are spilling out of the city’s bakeries. Bunny shaped chocolates are lining the shelves of supermarkets. And eggs, eggs in all sizes, designs, colours and flavours are everywhere. Easter, it seems, is officially upon us. While it appears as though the whole city (correction: country) is getting whipped up into an Easter frenzy, no one is doing the holiday justice quite like the folks at Huckleberry. Delivering a fully-fledged, Easter extravaganza, the organic grocer has arranged an array of Easter Market Days to be hosted at a number of its stores, each comprising events, competitions, food tastings and more.

Not only will you able to taste test Huckleberry’s divine Hot Cross Buns, (born of a delicious collaboration with Bread & Butter Bakery) but each individual Market Day — whether in the Brown’s Bay or Grey Lynn stores —  will also be dishing out goodies from a medley of local, organic-focused eateries and brands. Think tasty treats from the likes of little bird organics & The Unbakery, Wellington Chocolate Factory, Kokako Organic Coffee, and Hunter Gatherer Gourmet, to name but a few.

With special offers on a variety of organic produce, free face painting for kids, and an in-store raffle that sees a hamper brimming with delicious goodies up for grabs, (of which all proceeds will go to Island Child Charitable Trust), Huckleberry is ensuring that these fun-filled Easter Market Days are fantastic for the whole family.

The first of Huckleberry’s Easter Market Days kicks off on 23rd of March at the Browns Bay store. Click here to see when your local Huckleberry store will be hosting its own.


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