We are deeply saddened by the devastation Typhoon Haiyan has caused in the Philippines. We know that many Hawaii people would like to help financially with the relief efforts. Foodland has begun accepting donations which will be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $50,000, by the Western Union. We encourage you to make a $5, $10 or $20 donation at any Foodland or Sack N Save checkout through December 8th. The donation amount will be added to your grocery purchase total.
Every year we are amazed by the generosity of Hawaii’s people to support its community organizations and their programs. This year, thanks to you, Give Aloha raised more money than ever before for non-profit organizations throughout Hawaii. Many organizations promoted Give Aloha in newsletters, posted messages on their website, conducted e-mail blitzes and utilized the power of social media tools to get the word out that they were participating. As a result, we far surpassed last ... more »
It's been 15 years since Foodland’s Give Aloha Annual Community Matching Gifts program began. How exciting it must have been, in 1998, when the then marketing team brainstormed ideas on how to honor our late founder, Sully. A program to support the community was the logical choice as Sully was not only known for his support of local non-profits, but he had always instilled in us that we “have a responsibility to support the ... more »
Whether you love making baked Kale chips or are a hardcore juicing fanatic, we're excited to share that you can now find beautiful locally grown organic produce from MA‘O Farms at the following select Foodland locations: Foodland Farms Aina Haina, Foodland Beretania, Foodland Kailua, more »
As Foodland’s celebrates its 65th anniversary, we are proud to remain a local company, deeply committed to our customers and dedicated to making Hawaii a better place. One way we know we can do this is by supporting Hawaii’s seniors in their pursuit of higher education. We are grateful to be in a state where the community – our customers, our vendors, the students, the schools’ college and career counselors and faculty – all take an active part in supporting Foodland’s Shop for Higher ... more »
May 6 is a very special day here at Foodland as it marks the 65th anniversary of the opening of our first store – and Hawaii’s first supermarket – at Market City shopping center in Honolulu. The pride all of us who work here feel can be summed up in the words of Joanna Sullivan, wife of our late founder, Maurice J. “Sully” Sullivan who recently explained her excitement about our 65th anniversary saying, “I’m so proud that Foodland remains locally owned and operated and continues to ... more »
I love to eat! I have a long list of my favorite foods and places where I enjoy eating at. I guess you could say I take eating for granted. When I realized that so many Hawaii families don’t have that luxury, I began to understand the importance of supporting our local food banks. Food banks work tirelessly to gather food and support from our communities so that they can help the thousands of individuals and families who struggle every day to feed themselves. According to a “Hunger ... more »
Beautiful locally grown Easter Lily Plants have arrived at your local Foodland and Sack N Save locations, and we are proud to partner exclusively with Howard's Nursery in Kula, Maui and Young Brothers to bring you these gorgeous Easter Lilies and help benefit Easter Seals Hawaii.
Congratulations Roosevelt High School for winning Foodland’s first-ever Shop for Higher Education Video Contest! The winning video is creative, fun, and meaningful – all rolled into one! What a terrific job the video crew and “leading man,” Victor Nhieu, did in producing their video. From Yvonne Elliman to Bruno Mars, Roosevelt High School abounds with talent! If you missed watching Roosevelt High School's entry, click on the video below to watch their contribution.
Many years ago, a young man from Ireland had a dream of leaving his homeland and coming to America. With just $7 in his pocket he headed to New York, then Hawaii, and in 1948 opened the first Foodland store. High school seniors also have great dreams. Some aspire to be teachers, physical therapists, graphic designers, engineers, doctors, business owners, and much more. While going to college is a financial investment, it is also, no doubt, a financial burden to both students and ... more »