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Hawaii's Farmers & Chefs Events at Foodland with Chef Troy Terorotua!

Our final Hawaii's Farmers & Chefs Event at Foodland Ewa Beach is this Saturday at 11 am and features the talented Chef Troy Terorotua of the popular REAL a Gastropub and the newly opened Kaimuki craft pub, BREW'd.

Hawaii's Farmers & Chefs Events at Foodland with Chef Roy Yamaguchi!

This Saturday at Foodland Kailua, we're excited to have world renown Chef Roy Yamaguchi of Roy's Hawaii demonstrating a wonderful Okinawan Spicy Miso Pork featuring Dean Okimoto's more »

Hawaii's Farmers & Chefs Events at Foodland!

It's that time of year again and we're partnering with local Farmers and Hawaii's Top Chefs for cooking demonstrations at select Foodland locations in support of the 4th annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. This Saturday, Chef Keoni Chang kicks off the first of four Hawaii's Farmers & Chefs events at 11 am at Foodland Farms Aina Haina. Chef Chang will be preparing and sampling a Crispy Fried Chicken with Kukui ... more »

Locally Grown Yee's Orchard Mangoes

Summertime is one of our favorite seasons for fresh locally grown produce and sweet delicious Yee's Orchard mangoes are simply the best! Picked right off the trees in Kihei, Maui, the Yee Family takes great care to select mangoes at the peak of the season. The Yee's are pioneers of mango-growing on Maui and have been operating their 20 acre orchard for over 63 years!

Hana Hou! Hawaii's Best Four Years in a Row!

"Wow! Woo Hoo! Thank you!" These are the first words that came to mind for all of us at Foodland as we learned that you had voted us "Hawaii's Best Grocery Store" in the Honolulu Star Advertiser's People's Choice Awards -- for the fourth year in a row and "Hawaii's Best Poke" for the fifth year in a row. To be recognized by the customers we work so hard to serve is a tremendous honor and we are grateful to all of you for the support and confidence you have in us.

Locally Grown Sweet Summer Lychee!

Locally grown sweet summer lychee have just arrived at your neighborhood Foodland & Sack N Save locations. Our Big Island lychee farmers have supplied us with a beautiful bounty of summer lychee and we're excited to share these sweet summer gems!

Carefully peel open a few fresh juicy lychee & you'll be instantly transported back to hanabata days! My favorite way to enjoy these sweet treats is to pop them in the freezer for a little while and bring them with me on a nice ... more »

Lilies for Abilities - Locally Grown Easter Lilies have arrived!

It's that time of the year again and beautiful locally grown Easter Lily Plants are available now at your local Foodland and Sack N Save stores for just $9.99 each, while supplies last. We are proud to partner exclusively with Howard's Nursery in Kula, Maui and Young Brothers to bring you these gorgeous Easter Lilies and to help benefit Easter Seals Hawaii

Kokohead Foods Smoked Ahi Spread - A Must Try!

Whenever we have a tasting for locally made smoked Ahi Spread at R. Field Wine Co., the usual "OMG" can be heard after that first bite! The combination of this lightly smoked spread and a thin, crisp "Waterwheel" or “Lavosh” cracker is a delicious pairing! It is impossible to just have a taste....and this great tasting spread demands instantly for more. While the best pairing is on cracker, ... more »

Give Aloha 2013

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 »

How to eat a Dragon Fruit? - Dragon Fruit Salad!

Ever wonder how to cut open this exotic unusual looking Dragon Fruit? Here are a couple quick tips on how to enjoy a delicious locally grown Kona Dragon Fruit:

•Slice the fruit in half, lengthwise, as shown in the picture to the left.

•Scoop out the white (sometimes red or fuchsia) flesh onto a separate dish or bowl.

•The seeds are completely edible (much like a kiwi), so go ahead and dice up fruit into bite-size morsels.
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