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Purveyors

Mt. Beautiful Two Rivers is committed to using the finest local ingredients we can source. Here' is a list of some purveyors we proudly support! 

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Little Owl Biodynamic Farm: 

Providing living culinary produce for the local community, using the organic principles of the biodynamic movement, from an energetic ridge top above Gore Bay. The Ethos behind the production,packaging and service is that everything is cyclical and low impact,always respecting the processes of nature.

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Akaroa Salmon: 

Bred in the wild for your finest dining experience. Exquisite sea-reared salmon, farmed in Canterbury, New Zealand. A family operation established nearly three decades ago, their approach to rearing salmon prioritizes the health and welfare of the fish and long term protection of the environment. Based on their small scale and geographical location, they are the only King Salmon producer in New Zealand that can harvest, process and distribute on the same day, often within hours of harvest. 

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Harris Meats: 

Harris Meats located in the same neighborhood as the Mt. Beautiful Two Rivers Cafe & Wine Tasting Room produces the best steaks, lamb, sausages, bacon and pies in all of Canterbury. The company is owned by brothers Bryan and Nick. Harris Meats supplies meat all over Canterbury, Marlborough and the Nelson regions. 

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Tea Total:

Tea Total was established in 1995 and is committed to ethically sourcing only the finest quality teas from the most reputable tea gardens from around the world. Having over 52 years combined experience in the “Art of Tea” we are New Zealand's most innovative tea blenders.  

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Atomic Coffee:
Atomic Coffee Roasters opened its doors on Ponsonby Road in 1992 – back before café culture was a thing. We were the scruffy kid, pumping out live music and top-notch coffee from between fine-dining restaurants. As we hit full steam, the queues grew longer than our slice of the strip could handle. So in 1995 we made the move to Kingsland, finding our groove as part of this creative, eclectic community.