Dean and Triona Hand opened their Daybreak convenience store over three years ago. Dean, a native of Otago became inpatient waiting for his Christmas box of goodies from home to decided to source his own supply for the shop and then later launched kiwis.ie for those not located in South Tipperary.
Kiwis.ie stocks a wide range of goodies including Whittakers chocolate, L&P, Cheezels, Watties tomato sauce, Maggie dips, Nestle reduced creme, k bars, Speights, Macs, Steinlager and Montheiths.
For a small elivery charge Dean and his team will ship to anywhere in Ireland, normally within 2-3 business days of ordering.
Always a favourite with the little ones regardless of if they are Irish or Kiwi born!
Snowgrass Merino Wool
Helen Thornton lives in Ireland with her husband and three children. Growing up on a farm in New Zealand she realises whats required to keep warm, her passion for merino wool led her to launch a range for Irish and European families.
All of the range is manufactured in New Zealand and the name Snowgrass comes from a type of tussock that grows in the Southern Alps of New Zealand, which just so happens to be where the merino sheep hang out – in the great outdoors!
You'll also find Helen often at the weekend farmers market at Marley Park in South Dublin but you can also purchase directly from the website here.
A symbol of growing up as a kiwi, things have moved on since the original wooden toy was born in 19XX, there's now a range of clothing, books and much more with reasonable postage rates from New Zeland to Ireland.
In this digital age there's now even games available for both Apple and Android.
Check out the Buzzy Bee website.
Freeman's Bay White Wine
Looking for a Kiwi white under a tenner, head to Aldi where this drop is just €8.79 a bottle (that's not a special price either).
Freeman's Bay embodies all that is renowned about New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, producing a riot of mouth-watering gooseberry, lime zest and passion fruit flavours.
Trilogy Natural Skincare
Sistema plastic containers and bottles
Phthalate and BPA free, this kiwi range of plastic containers and bottles is now avaliable in Ireland. Microwave safe, there's lots of bright colour options, various shapes and sizes including lunch boxes, storage for home and bottles for the kids.
Stockists here include Supervalu, TK Maxx, Home Store & More and Heatons.
Originating in 1992, with a father's need to create a buggy with all terrain agility; to enable him to enjoy the New Zealand mountain trails with his baby. So with precision engineering, he crafted the foundations of Mountain Buggy’s legendary all terrain platform.
Avaliable in Ireland from Eurocycles Eurobaby, the full range can also be seen on their website.