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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Buying local could spread Christmas cheer a little further in the capital this year

    Buying local could spread Christmas cheer a little further in the capital this year


    Today brands from around Wellington have come together to create a popup store in the CBD.

    Peanut butter producer Fix and Fogg hasset up a stall, and is making a donation from every purchase to the new Wellington Children's hospital.

    Spokesperson for the Wellington Hospital Foundation Brooke Wedgwood says the collaboration is extra special.

    She says with the Fix and Fog store some of the money will be going to a charity so it's supporting local at it's finest.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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