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Kosher for Passover Items at Foodland

Shalom!

It’s always a fun time to build Passover food displays in the stores, as it is a great excuse to eat a can of Manischewitz coconut macaroons…they are the best!

Passover begins in the evening of Friday, April 6, and ends in the evening of Saturday, April 14 this year.

We feature an expanded selection of Kosher for Passover items at the following Foodland locations:

Oahu

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Fresh Hawaiian Fish and Poke Available at Foodland

Last year, you voted us Hawaii’s Best Poke. We are truly honored and take pride in offering only the freshest, highest quality poke and seafood selection to you, our loyal customers. In addition to our commitment to great quality with our Double Money Back Guarantee on all fresh seafood products, we’re also ... more »

Mahalo Honolulu

All of us here at Foodland were thrilled to learn that we were voted “best grocery store” by readers of Honolulu Magazine. What a tremendous honor this is – especially during a year in which we were faced not only with having to close our Hawaii Kai store after nearly 50 years, but also with mass merchants like WalMart and Target selling more food and our competitors opening new stores right near ours. We know that you have more choices than ever of where you do your grocery shopping, ... more »

Red Carpet Winners for your Oscar Party this Sunday!

Oscar Parties are a fun way to celebrate Oscar night, and how else to celebrate Hollywood's most glamorous star-studded evening than with our most gourmet foods from R. Field Wine Company? Here are our nominees for Best Appetizers and Best Supporting Pairings!

Caviar: To really get into that Red Carpet mood, try our fine selection of caviars such as Osetra (1oz jar) or American Bowfin (7oz tin). Paired with a delicious bottle of Krug Champagne, you'll be the star host of the ... more »

Best Deal on Pinot Noir this week!

If you've ever watched the 2004 movie, Sideways, you may remember the funny banter between Miles and Jack throughout the film about the virtues of Pinot noir. What you may not know is that sales of Pinot noir rose 16% in the US, shortly after the release of this unexpected hit movie in the fall of 2004.

Serving You Is the Most Important Thing We Do!

You may have noticed that here at Foodland all of us wear nametags saying, “Serving You Is the Most Important Thing I Do.” And beginning today and on weekends, you'll notice that our employees will be wearing t-shirts with this message too. The words are not a mere phrase to us, rather they are the core of our service culture, a culture devoted to putting serving customers ahead of all other tasks and dedicated to ensuring that each and every one of our customers has a positive ... more »

A Magnificent Cantaloupe

If you like Sweet Cantaloupe, you’ll definitely enjoy the Magnificent Cantaloupe, grown exclusively by Del Monte. This melon has an exceptional aroma, an extra sweet flavor profile, and a juicy texture which can be experienced in every bite.

You may also notice that the seed cavity is much smaller than a normal cantaloupe and that the sweet juicy fruit extends all the way to the rind. In addition to the traditional nutritional benefits that a cantaloupe typically offers, the ... more »

Think Think Bars

Here’s a little help with one of your New Year’s resolutions…Think Thin Bars.

I love these bars. 20 gram of protein and no sugar. They call them “portable nutrition" and I call them delicious. These are a great one to pack in your bag and filling enough to help tide you over to a meal.

Citrus Fruits on Sale at Foodland!

We're featuring Citrus Fruits this week, and they are all very sweet and tasty! I just wanted to give you a brief description on each of our citrus variety, so that you know what you are buying:


Clementine – This is like a tangerine, but almost always seedless and very easy to peel. Clementines are also very sweet. The exterior is a deep orange color, with a smooth glossy appearance.
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Mahalo for your support with Share a Holiday Feast!

When our annual Share a Holiday Feast program launched on November 1st, we wondered how well we’d do this year, considering Hawaii’s struggling economy. We could only hope we would raise as much we did as last year ($96,226.17) to help those in need enjoy a holiday meal with their families. We shouldn’t have been surprised when the final donations were calculated – after all, people in Hawaii have always been more than generous for good ... more »

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