Jodi the Grocery Guru
Summer is right around the corner, which means potlucks, beach bbq's and plenty of time to share with your ohana. And for lots of students, school is coming towards an end...and many students will be celebrating their graduation!
Do you love OREO® cookies? Well, they are definitely one of our favorite cookies, and we'll be hosting fun OREO® Stacking events at select Foodland and Sack N Save locations this Saturday, April 27th and also on Saturday, May 11th.
OREO® stacking is a fun new way for OREO® fans, 6 years and older, to enjoy their favorite cookie! Fans can compete to try to create the tallest tower of OREO® cookies in 30 seconds...without it toppling over.
There’s no doubt, Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places on earth. And the only way it will stay that way is if we, you and I, take care of it. There’s so many ways we can do this. One is to bring in your own reusable bags whenever you shop at Foodland. There are so many good reasons why you should do this. First, you get to show off how cool and environmentally conscious you are! Two, you protect our island (most important!) and three, you get either a 5¢ credit or 3 Hawaiian ... more »
If you’re looking to share autumn joys with family and friends, then a special greeting card is the perfect way to connect. You can play up the lighthearted nature of the season with clever and funny cards. Or you can share a sentiment that’s warm and conversational.
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 »
What is the difference? All three are made with fruit cooked with sugar and pectin. Pectin is a type of carbohydrate found in the cell wall of a fruit, and is often used in foods as a gelling agent.
- Jelly is clear, normally contains no fruit bits and is made with fruit juice.
- Jams are made using Fruit pulp or crushed fruit.
People are always asking me what the difference is between pasteurized and homogenized milk, so I thought I’d try to break it down so it’s easier for everyone to understand.