ZingChi, Uncle Bean, Delectables, MudWood Art and the MamaZing Apothecary!

MamaZing has seen a whirlwind of a year so far!

The move to the Faraway North has been a major readjustment time for MamaZing and MudWood.

Far North markets at The Old Packhouse in Kerikeri and Kaitaia Market are wonderful.  Refills are flowing and feeling good.

Uncle Bean, our Cold Brewed Coffee Kombucha has made its debut in bottles and refills around the country!  People are excited about Uncle Bean!  A silky, smooth, zingy, Coffee sensation.  Alkalizing and Probiotic coffee with a bit of effervescence and Zing!

Nebulous now has Hops and Viola added to its already uplifting and delicious brew of Ginger, Pineapple Sage, St. John’s Wort, Cardamom and Vanilla infusion!

Faery Berry has become even more scrumptious with the addition of Red Clover, Hawthorn Berries, and Hibiscus to the Rosehips, Vanilla, Cardamom infusion!

Mystery is coming to the end of the winter season and may go on holiday again.  Aunty Zing is citrusy, Zingy, and refreshing as usual.  Kapowa! is great for the end of winter stretch and deep nourishment.  Papa Zing is holding that warming, Adrenal and Liver supporting role well.  And some new brews are in development!

           

ZingChi made its market debut and has been Zinging along ever since!  ZingChi is our fermented Veggies line.

Cruciferous ZingChi, Earthy Roots, Golden Roots, Zingebar Zing, and the Zing of Fire have all spread and are building momentum

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The Delectables line is divinely appearing every week at the markets.

Proper dark, raw chocolates with medicinal superfoods and herbs.  Raw, probiotic desserts.  Yumness!

                

MamaZing Apothecary has also developed beyond Teas and Herbs and into superfoods.  Medicinal mushrooms, Maca, Cacao and other good stuff to help us to maintain health.

All available at the markets.  Our Kombucha Apothecary with Dispensary and Refillery, as well as MudWood Art Gallery are growing and evolving beautifully at

The Old Packhouse Market in Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands!  Come and see us on Saturdays and Sundays.  Some weekdays from October!

        

MamaZing Kombucha is growing in familiarity and spreading like mycelium.

More healthy eateries and shops are installing refill fountains and selling MamaZing Kombucha.

The latest MamaZing Fountain is at Power Plant in Whangarei.  An excellent plant based eatery!

        New paintings have been painted.  New labels and cards have been printed.

                

MudWood music is being recorded and released this month.  Videos coming soon.  Concerts booked.

Magic Land is blooming!  Horses are content and testing our new EquineBucha with the most positive results!  SCOBYs are healing our wounds and theirs.  Cats are content.  Lemons are bright.  Herbs are growing gloriously!  Open to land share potential.  Contact us for more information.

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned!

MamaZing is seeking investors/ grants/ financial input.  Contact us for more information.

Come and see us at the markets.  Or find MamaZing on our website or at one of our Zinglets around New Zealand.

Currently at:

The Old Packhouse Market and Shop     7 Days a week for bottles   *   Refill Fountain and full Apothecary/ MudWood Art Gallery on Saturdays and Sundays

Kaitaia Market   Refill Fountain  Saturdays

Zinglets  (Places we outlet MamaZing through):           

Herbal Dispensary  (Refill Fountain) , Power Plant (Refill Fountain), Little Bird Unbakery, IE Produce, Naturally Organic, Bush Fairy Dairy, Putiputi Ra, Cornucopia Organics, Bin Inn Nelson, Nelson Green Grocer, Green World Health.  (Refill Fountain), Tasman Health and Herbs, GB Organics, GB Sustainable Living Centre.

Full list with locations on the Where page.

More coming soon!  Contact us if you are keen to explore helping to share MamaZing Kombucha with the world.

Thanks to all for your support!  Arohanui,  Amira and Jo MudWood and MamaZing

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