Online Grocery & Gifting Partners

The Meat Box is all about delivering great quality, great value meat to New Zealand. While we're the experts in delivering great value premium meat including Beef, Chicken, Pork and Lamb with delicious condiments NZ wide, the best way to help you create a great tasting meal, or beautiful gift, is to work with like minded local NZ businesses. We've partnered with the following local NZ brands and companies to deliver you local groceries, flowers and gifts New Zealand wide. Its early days, but as our business and partnership grows we aspire to deliver you more and more great value groceries NZ wide.

Paddock to Pantry is a Grocery Store & More. It delivers groceries, local produce, meat, beer & wine, gift hampers and gift baskets NZ wide.

The Wild Rose delivers Flowers and Gifts New Zealand wide. Buying directly from growers and the local market, The Wild Rose delivers great value fresh flowers, dried flowers and gift boxes for all occasions. 

Celebration Box delivers Gift Boxes, Flowers and Sweet Treats NZ wide.  Celebration Box is the #1 Gift Box company in New Zealand delivering over 50,000 gift boxes per annum.  For that special occasion Celebration Box can deliver a special gift to your loved one 7 days a week in Auckland and NZ wide Monday to Saturday.

Hello&Cookie produce branded, text and photo cookies that offer you the ultimate individualised Gift for that someone special. Hello&Cookie offer free shipping NZ wide, if you are looking for a great value, pesonalised gift, Hello&Cookie is a great solution.  

The Gift Shop is a marketplace where you get to choose that special gift from a variety of New Zealand's leading Gifting brands. Even better, you can earn rewards. If you're looking for a single website that can solve your businesses customer and staff gifting needs, this is it!  

Foodstuffs Wholesale - we are working hard to pave the way in making the Grocery Market more fair and competitive for Kiwi's. We're proud to be part of Foodstuffs first wholesale delivery, as covered by Newshub here