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Ka Pai Kai looks to marae gardens

Healthy Families Rotorua is eyeing marae gardens as a source for food for affordable, healthy school lunches.

This is the next part of the evolution of the Ka Pai Kai launched in Tokoroa linking with local marae gardens in Rotorua to source locally grown food.

Coordinator Mapihi Raharuhi says the group is picking up the Ka Pai kai programme from Tokoroa, where the community comes together to prepare lunches as a way to tackle what was seen as a problem of growing food insecurity.

Read the full story on waateanews.com. 
Read more about Tokoroa’s Ka Pai Kai school lunches proving very popular.
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