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On the Money: Carmel Fisher, Chris Quin, Cam Wallace, and more

Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 17 Jul 2021

Taking a whisk: Foodstuff's North Island boss Chris Quin. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 17 Jul 2021
In knead of doughFoodstuff’s North Island boss Chris Quin isn’t kidding himself it’s his culinary skills that won him a date to cook a three-course meal for 150 people. Instead it’s his ability to get people to put their hands in their pockets for the Auckland City Mission as it looks to make money for Auckland’s less fortunate residents.“I know it’s the fundraising,” the Foodie’s affable CEO tells On the Money. Even though he has “no cooking skills”, he is happy to pitch in. And...

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