As Seen On
Spy: The Rising Stars of Matariki. A wonderful write-up on Chatham Island Food Co Founder Delwyn Tuanui by Ricardo Simich, in a feature about young wāhine and tane who are shining in their spheres of influence.Read the article here.
Chatham Island Food Co was recently part of the Sunday Loves line up in Sunday Star Times’ Sunday Magazine. Featuring a very kind write up of our 2kg Chatham Blue Box.
Tom Hishon of kingi writes for Scout Magazine about his experience fishing and diving Chatham Island style, experiencing firsthand the sustainable practices used to source his restaurant’s seafood.
Kia Ora Magazine
Thank you to Air New Zealand for featuring Chatham Island Food Co and showcasing our story in the business section of September’s Kia Ora Magazine.
Get a unique insight into life on the wild Chatham Islands and take a behind the scenes look at our sustainable seafood business.
Stuff News chats to Del about brand Chatham ahead of Chatham Island Food Co’s appearance on TVNZ One’s Country Calendar.
New Zealand food magazine Dish talks to Del about the humble beginnings of Chatham Island Food Co, and how Covid 19 provided the catalyst for launching the company’s popular ‘ocean to door’ seafood delivery service.
Jamie Desplaces of Auckland lifestyle magazine, Verve, takes an in-depth look at Chatham Island Food Co’s mission to bring the story of the island and its bounty into the homes of New Zealand foodies.
Rēkohu - Misty Sun Capital magazine explores Wellington’s most remote electoral region — the Chatham Islands — through the breathtaking photography of local Robbie Lanauze. This includes expansive shots of the Tuanui farm ‘Tuku’. To see more of Robbie’s work follow the Chatham Island Food Co Instagram and Facebook. https://capitalmag.co.nz/2021/04/08/rekohu/
Del talks to New Zealand Geographic’s Anna Pearson about culture, self-sufficiency and the trials and tribulations of running an international seafood export business on the isolated Chatham Islands.