This week we have mushrooms, mushrooms and more mushrooms on sale. Choose from your standard button mushroom (mainland grown) or try one of our many varieties of mushrooms grown by Hamakua Mushrooms. Hamakua Mushrooms is dedicated to producing the freshest and highest quality gourmet and medicinal mushrooms available in Hawaii. Their 16,000 sq. ft. facility is environmentally controlled and uses a growing process that allows them to produce mushrooms without synthetic fertilizers, ... more »
Have you heard the latest commercial by one of our competitors? I have to say it shocked me and our staff here at Foodland on several levels. First, there was the mentioning of our company and Times specifically by name – something we just don’t do here in Hawaii. But more than that was the insinuation that customers need not shop with us any longer because this competitor simply matched the prices on only a few of the hundreds of items we have on sale every week.
Customers Can Now Earn HawaiianMiles by Grocery Shopping at Foodland
We are excited to begin our new partnership with Hawaiian Airlines and the HawaiianMiles frequent-flyer program! Grocery shoppers statewide can now earn HawaiianMiles by shopping at Foodland, Sack N Save and Foodland Farms stores using their Maika`i cards. We are the only supermarket in Hawaii to offer this great Hawaiian Airlines benefit to our loyal customers!
Here’s how it ... more »
Hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving!!! I hope you were able to take advantage of some of our awesome November product deals (I was most excited about the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, yum!), but if you missed out, never fear, because great Holiday Savings are here! We’re bringing back our tiered Holiday Product Offers for a second round in December. These offers arrive on December 8, so don’t forget to save up those My Rewards Certificates. We’ll be offering you a brand-new selection of ... more »
Is there a difference between Greek yogurt and standard yogurt? Yes, there is. Read on to see how they offer different health benefits.
• Protein: Average around 20 grams
• Carbohydrates: 9-11 grams
• Contains 50% less sodium than standard yogurt.
• Its thick and creamy consistency makes this the better yogurt to use for dips.
• Protein: Average between 10-12 ... more »
Langtry Estate and Vineyards is the producer of Guenoc and Langtry wines. This renown Vineyard is familiar to Hawaii and even produced a special run of exceptional quality wine to celebrate Ruth's Chris' 20th anniversary in Hawaii. We were very happy to get our hands on this great quality wine that tastes more like it would run $40 to $50 a bottle.
When we tasted these wines, we were blown away at the quality! These two bottles are the very best value in the mid price range for ... more »
Bing cherries have become the most popular of North American cherries, surpassing every other style. These Bing Cherries are firm and juicy with a deep mahogany red when ripe. They are nutritious and a good source of potassium and Vitamin C. It’s a good idea to keep fully ripe Bing Cherries in the fridge, especially during Hawaii’s hot summer months. Many people prefer to eat them straight out of the hand but they are also great for making cherry jam and preserves, cherry pies or cherry ... more »
Now that our site has been up for a couple of weeks, I’m sure that the majority of you guys have been able to checkout the Weekly Ad. It’s updated every Wednesday and has a lot to offer in terms of savings. Another great page that offers savings is our Coupons page provided by Coupons.com. The other day, before I went shopping, I went over to the coupons page just to see what was available with no particular items in mind.
Nestled in the Andes Mountain at an elevation of 8,661 feet above sea level, Bogota is the capital city of Columbia. After La Paz in Bolivia and Quito in Ecuador, Bogota is the third-highest capital city in the world. What does that elevation feel like in Hawaiian terms? Haleakala on Maui reaches an elevation of just over 10,000 feet above sea level at the highest peak. That means Bogota ... more »