Generations of Growing

At Oakley’s we select our produce for its flavour and freshness; then harvest it with the love that only comes from generations of vegetable growing.


Robin Oakley
5th Generation Grower


Welcome to the Oakley's brand of fresh vegetables

We are dedicated to growing, harvesting, packing and delivering
the freshest produce throughout New Zealand.

Where to Buy


The Oakley’s Brand is available from all leading Supermarkets and Greengrocers in the South Island. You can also find us in Pack'n'Saves in Wellington and Palmerston North. In the Auckland region, we are stocked in Farro and Fruit World. For further details on a store near you that stocks these brands please email us at

Instore Specials

Check back to see when our spuds are next on sale!

Why people love Oakley's

Therese Frost‎

We purchased some baby golden gourmet potatoes from Moore Wilson’s yesterday and they were Devine to say the least - golden, sweet and buttery. We boiled them, then smashed them and finished them off under the grill with Olive oil, garlic and rosemary followed by feta. A perfect accompaniment to our salmon and asparagus. My hubby is still talking about the meal 24hrs later!!

Kamla Masalawalla

I obtained these potatoes from Pak’n'Save Petone for the first time last week and made a spicy dry potato curry and today I put them whole in a chicken curry. They are delicious and cook up great and I did not need to peel them either. I will be buying them again as long as they are available at my local Pak’n'Save store.

Shirley MacDonald

I don’t normally eat a lot of potatoes but since finding Oakleys, I cook more than I need and eat them cold the next day.

Our Story

There are five generations of growers in the Oakley family starting with Great Great Grandfather John Oakley. Then there was Great Grandfather William Henry Oakley, who was the foreman on the Waimakariri River stop bank project, originally only a 20 acre farm. William went on to farm 50 acres, growing potatoes commercially with oats and wheat. He retired in 1947.

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