100% HOME COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING
Our focus on meals bursting with flavour, combined with home compostable packaging, means you really can have it all in the mountains. All products are designed by ‘foodies’ for maximum plant-based deliciousness and are wrapped in earth positive, lightweight, packable pouches. With our guiding principles of social, economic and environmental responsibility our mission is to respect and protect our wild places and put kai in your puku to fuel your outdoor adventure!
STILL WANT CONVENIENCE OF A FOIL BAG? We’ve got you covered
ZipTop™ is a convenient reusable way to rehydrate your meals. Simply pour in your Local Dehy meal and add hot water.
Made of platinum silicone, ZipTop containers can withstand 200°C. The chunky zip top seal is robust and prevents leakages. They are easy to rinse out, and once you are back home you can wash and reuse them. ZipTop is dishwasher safe too.
For each ZipTop we sell, we will donate $1.50 to a local Wanaka Trust: Te Kakano, a volunteer community-based plant nursery propagating native plants for local habitat restoration.
ULTIMATE LUNCH SNACK!
Our delicious, nutritious vegan meals, porridges and hummus range are made with aroha in Lake Hawea, and all they want to do is go on adventures, just like you. Grab one of our ‘weekender packs’ featuring Frankie and Emily’s favourites, or stock up on the bulk discount ‘season pass’. So whether you are on foot, bike or kayak, let Local Dehy feed you on your outdoor activities.
ONE TREE PLANTED
You may have noticed we no longer offer ‘free shipping over $200’, instead for every $160 spent we will now plant a tree. We believe this gives you the chance to be part of the reforestation of the planet by making positive impacts. OneTreePlanted last year alone planted 52 million trees; their projects span the globe and are done in partnership with local communities and knowledgeable experts to create an impact for nature, people, and wildlife.
We are currently supporting the Andes project operating in one of the world’s longest mountain ranges, which runs along the western coast from Venezuela to Chile. This project revitalises forests and supports indigenous groups. The forests of the Andes are critical for the Indigenous populations who rely on them for food, water, and jobs. Their impact goes far beyond the communities living nearby; the Andes’ watersheds drain into the Amazon basin, supplying water to innumerable communities and cities downstream.