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Monday, 26th November

To the amazing customer who left us this little note last week thank you so much for making our day! People like you are the reason we do what we do πŸ˜πŸ‘

Friday, 16th November

Try this wicked new creation Marion has made today. Slow cooked Pork with Fennel dressing and slaw. Perfect for lunch today. Healthy and delicious!

Wednesday, 7th November

Yes that’s right BLACK BAGELS!!! Omg what will our bakers think of next, todays creations are our artisan charcoal bagels we have some singles and some salmon filled ones today. Come on Rotorua jump on trend with us and try one out! πŸ€―πŸ‘πŸ€€πŸ€©

Friday, 19th October

Happy Friday everyone! Just letting you all know we are open tomorrow from 8am-2pm and then closed Sunday and Monday. Re-opening Tuesday at 7am as usual. Have a happy and safe long weekend πŸ˜πŸ˜Žβ˜€οΈπŸ‘

Saturday, 13th October

Your weekend baking is complete. So much to choose from... Try our addictive Cornflake and Cashew Cookies or Afghans or perhaps our GF Hummingbird cakes. All wrapped up and ready to go! Open till 2.30 today. #delish#qualitybaking#your local#pantryd'Or

Wednesday, 10th October

It is with the heaviest heart I write this post... Our family here at Pantry D’Or have lost one of its most special family members. Colin worked for us throughout his teenage years on the weekends, he quickly become much more than just an employee. His humour was in my opinion one of best qualities only trumped by his very kind and gentle heart. Colin and his beautiful parents Charles and Barbara lost their beloved sister and daughter Miemie almost 10 years ago to a horrific car accident and now Colin has joined her in heaven. We are asking if you can spare a few dollars to help Colin’s parents bring him home from Australia to be put to rest where he belongs. Colin was only 29 years old and his passing has come as a devastating and unexpected blow to the family and they need our love and support as a family and a community to bring their boy home. Thank you in advance any little bit helps. Rest easy our dear friend Colin you were a gift to all those who knew you πŸ’™