Some Brief Notes on Kai Māori

  • Byron Rangiwai


Food is a signifier of identity and status (Hayden, 1998, 2009; Hayden & Villeneuve, 2011; Neill et al., 2015). In traditional times, Māori consumed a range of hunted, gathered, and cultivated foods (Royal & Kaka-Scott, 2013). As a result of this diet, non-infectious diseases were low among Māori due to foods with higher levels of protective chemicals and nutrients (Cambie & Fergusson, 2003).


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Rangiwai, B. (2021). Some Brief Notes on Kai Māori. Te Kaharoa, 14(1).