Mike Reitsma with sea caught salmon at Fendalton Fish Supply at 5 Memorial Avenue.
Kath Findlay of St Martin's New World with Campbell's new heat n' serve range of tinned products.
Barry Gwynne sorting out donations for Operation Good Samaritan the Carlyle Street railway sheds ahead of being shipped to the Pacific Islands for victims of a cyclone.
M.A. Smith shopping at the New World supermarket on Stanmore Road.
Frames one and two are of Pop Brown from the Chatham Islands Tewhatumanawa Culture Club, preparing a Hāngi at the QEII Fun Day for Waitangi Day. Frame three is of a person preparing potatoes for the...
Artists from the Arts Employment Scheme with pavlovas at the official opening of the "The Kiwi Quarter Acre Pavlova Paradise" designed by Janet de Wagt on the wall of the Lichfield Street carpark...
Wayne and Daphne Todd having bacon and eggs for breakfast with Robert Todd and Angela Darly at Spencer Park motor camp.
Brian Keeley, manager for Northlands SuperValue supermarket, with Harvey Smith, supermarket operations manager for GUS in the produce section.
Bar code scanners at the checkouts at Northlands SuperValue supermarket.
View across displays and checkouts at a Woolworths supermarket.
Lee Courtier of the Apple and Pear Board sticks numbers on apples soon to be set afloat on the Avon River as part of the "Great Apple Race".
Bob Harrow with his remaining raspberry plot on at 130 Withells Road on the corner with Maidstone Road, following the sale of his commercial raspberry business.
Perry Trevella (left), Don Brokenshire and John Cave with apples to be loaded for export onto the Peruvian Reefer at Lyttelton.
Sydenham Superbarn supermarket manager, Tom Dear, with a display of Cloverlea cheese products.
Products on shelves in a Woolworths supermarket.
Breakfast cereal aisle at the Woolworths New Brighton supermarket.
Tinned vegetables on the shelves at a Northlands SuperValue supermarket with some showcasing the use of barcoding.
Judy Kennedy, the delicatessen manageress with the cheese display at Woolworth's Shirley supermarket.
View of a produce section of a supermarket.
Andre Hopman with a Dutch Abraham pastry called a speculaas, on his 50th birthday at his home on Rutland Street in St Albans.
Kelvin Wikaira, and son, Kelvin, with hot dogs at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Lunchtime at the Addington men's home of the Salvation Army.
View of Shona McFarlane with a haggis prepared for Burns Night celebrations.
Frame one is of a person preparing potatoes for a Hāngi at the QEII Fun Day for Waitangi Day. The remaining two frames are of Pop Brown from the Chatham Islands Tewhatumanawa Culture Club, preparing...