Point Chevaliar's Banana Superheroes

The kids at Point Chevalier Primary stole the show at the Outlook for Someday Awards.

The Outlook for Someday Sustainable Film Awards are about celebrating young people doing amazing things. The challenge is to make a short sustainability-related film.  It can be any genre, filmed with any camera, and any length up to 5 minutes.  Anyone up to age 24 can enter, either individually or in a team.


Class 7 of Pt Chevalier Primary took home an award for their Fairtrade Banana Super Heroes Movie.  Congratulations to all of those involved - the team at Allgood Bananas are proud!


The Outlook for Someday Check out the video below:


Grey Lynn's Sustainable Business Walk

Grey Lynn's Sustainable Business Walk

The Grey Lynn Business Association kicked off the New Year with a sustainable walking tour in our hood.

The All Good Story

The All Good Story

Though they may all look the same, all bananas are not created equal.

Jonathan's visit to El Guabo - P2: El Guabo Special School

Jonathan's visit to El Guabo - P2: El Guabo Special School

The tallest man in Ecuador reports back from where your bananas are grown. At All Good we don't just slap a Fairtrade sticker on our bananas, we make a point of going out to see our growers in El G...

The winner is...

The winner is...

Anna Lightbody, a 4 year old banana lover from Onehunga has won the grand prize in our All Good Family sticker competition. Congratulations Anna! 

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