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First, a note from Aramex our courier: – It seems they are taking a prudent approach for themselves and for our customers.
We’re aware of delays in some regions throughout our network and regret the impact it’s having on our customers.
At present we are seeing delays due to workforce shortages and continuous absences attributed to Covid-19 and influenza. It’s essential our Courier Franchisees and depot staff follow health & safety guidelines when unwell and stay home to recover and avoid spreading illness – this is for the safety of our people and the community.
This week Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Wellington, Christchurch, and Central South Island have all had Courier Franchisees and staff absent, this has seen delays to both deliveries and pick ups in these regions.

For our Berry Best Granola

Welcome to mumma bear’s website, where you can shop for premium quality mueslis, granolas, porridges, snack foods and other grainy goodies made for you in our boutique kitchen
NEW – check out our ‘Berry best granola

At mumma bear we believe that food should taste great, have a healthy nutritional profile, and be affordable. Our mueslis, porridges, granolas, crackers and bars are made with wholegrains, fruit, nuts and seeds and will keep you fueled for longer. It’s food as it should be.

We source as many NZ ingredients as we can for our all our mumma bear products, to keep the quality up and the food miles down, and where appropriate, we establish a personal relationship with the supplier. Our current Aotearoa grown ingredients are:
Oats – Harraways (Southland and Otago oats)
Organic oats – Ashburton
Quinoa – Methven
Walnuts – Swannanoa (Canterbury)
Hazelnuts – Aylesbury (Canterbury)
Buckwheat – South Canterbury
Honey – Wai-ora organic – Waiau
Blackcurrants – organic -Pleasant Point
Apples (sulphite free) – Motueka
Blueberries – Motueka
Strawberries – Motueka
Linseed – Canterbury
Hemp hearts – North Island

Your purchase contributes to mumma bear’s charity of choice – Mercy Ships, and also to help a young Guinean doctor complete his medical training.