This weekend is shaping up to be loaded with lots of fun in the sun as we celebrate our Independence day once again… As you all furiously go about planning your holiday menus, here is a quick idea that you may want to consider, as it is a nice addition to the usual picnic and grilling suspects that we often find here in Hawaii.
On behalf of all 2,500 of us who are part of the Foodland family, I want to thank you for voting us Hawaii’s Best Grocery Store in the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s 2011 People’s Choice Awards. We received the news with excitement, pride, and gratitude – excitement to be on top, pride in what we have accomplished together, and perhaps most importantly, gratitude to you, our customers, for making this achievement possible.
We wanted to share this recall with our customers and let you know that this does not impact products that we carry at Foodland. The recalled Dole Italian Blend Salads are the foodservice packs coming out of Springfield, Missouri. Our salads are packed and shipped out of California. Here is the official statement below:
Dole Fresh Vegetables Announces Precautionary Recall of Limited Number of Italian Blend Salads
06/23/2011 10:24 AM EDT
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 »
When Foodland Hawaii Kai opened its doors in 1963, it was the first supermarket in a young, but growing community. The store was our 15th Foodland – one that exemplified the vision and foresight of our founder in opening and investing in communities our competitors thought were too small to deserve attention. Over the years, as Hawaii Kai grew, new stores and competition did come to the community. Yet, through all this change, our store remained dedicated to its customers who had been so ... more »
Gas prices are FINALLY going down, but every little bit still helps! If you’re not already taking advantage of our Maika‘i Perks partnership with Aloha Petroleum, now is a great time to start! When you show your Maika‘i Card at a participating Aloha Petroleum gas station and pay with cash, you can receive 5¢ off per gallon, which adds up to big savings in the long run.
We want to thank everyone who participated in Foodland’s Bag Up Hunger program this year to support the thousands of people who are hungry in Hawaii. Together, through your donations at checkout, $10,000 support from Unilever, and coins collected at our Change Angels event near Market City, a total of $47,338.45 was collected for Hawaii’s food ... more »
Here in Hawaii, Graduation is a unique and special event. Friends and family pour countless lei around the neck of a graduating student, often times stacking so high that you can hardly recognize the face of the student buried underneath.
Whether you are graduating from high school or college, Foodland is your graduation headquarters for this momentous occasion. From Haku lei, which sit upon one’s head like a floral crown, to the traditional Orchid or Ti Leaf variety, you’ll find ... more »
The Road to Hāna, Maui is a gorgeous scenic drive connecting Kahului, where Maui's main airport resides (Route 36), to the remote town of Hāna (Route 360), and wrapping it's way down to the south side of the island (Route 31). For all it's beauty, this breathtaking journey is not for the faint of heart, as it winds through hairpin turns, narrow single lane bridges & portions of unpaved highway. Fortunately for us, you can get a taste of Hāna at select Foodland stores without having to ... more »
One of the things that our wine expert, Ed the Prince of Pau Hana, has been working really hard at doing is dialing up the variety and selection of our wines.
We've had many discussions about finding wines that may not be found in your typical grocery store and drink at a quality level three times the price you pay.