Goodness grows on trees in So Good pop-up edible garden

Tuesday 13 February 2018, 9:26AM
By Impact PR

Members of the public are being treated to a unique culinary experience from So Good, in the form of an entirely man-made edible pop-up garden at Takutai Square in Auckland’s Britomart this February 8th and 9th. In a concept never before seen in New Zealand, guests will be invited to pluck some very unusual fruit and vegetables from some very special trees.

Already well known for their delicious range of dairy free almond and soy milks and healthier frozen desserts, this latest initiative from the Sanitarium So Good range showcases their latest plant-based products in the form of over 3,000 hand-crafted edible fruit and vegetable replicas, stuffed with a diverse range of ingredients and So Good nut milks, all encased in a vegan white chocolate shell.

At the pop-garden, tasters will be treated to a range of ingenious fruit and vegetable creations, filled with some surprising and delicious flavours, designed to challenge some of the more traditional concepts of what a plant-based diet can look and taste like.

The So Good edible pop-up garden of goodness will be open to the public on Thursday 8th and Friday 9th February, from 11.30am - 2.30pm.