Enjoy a taste of Te Pae: Ross Steele

It has been fantastic to see the influx of visitors around our city over summer.

Our city is now welcoming a wide variety of visitors, including cruise ship passengers, leisure travellers and those visiting for business. In recent weeks, it has been great to see the support for our “Taste of Te Pae” Food Truck, which opened on the river side of Te Pae in January and will remain open until late March.

Te Pae Christchurch, General Manager, Ross Steele

While leisure visitors love our summer months, this time of year is traditionally quiet for conferences. We are pleased our Food Truck has provided an opportunity for some of our wonderful casual team to work in our community over summer. Keeping our casuals engaged and employed is important, both for them and for our business. Our Food Truck is also an opportunity to give the community a taste of some of the menu items we offer at Te Pae. Our culinary team is excited to trial some new dishes and is keen for feedback so we can refine the menus that will be served to thousands of delegates visiting our city for business events in 2024.

Te Pae is committed to using every opportunity to showcase the best of our region and support local producers. In 2023, around 92% of our food and beverages purchases were sourced from Canterbury businesses, and we look to increase this in the future. Buying local is also key to minimising our carbon footprint, a priority for us and for our city.

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