Eggs safe at Foodland Stores
Many of you have questions regarding the mainland egg recall.
The eggs that were recalled were from the Wright Egg Farm in Galt, Iowa. This egg farm packages eggs under numerous labels throughout the United States but none of which are carried at the Foodland, Foodland Farms, Sack N Save, Malama Market, or Food Pantry locations. Our mainland eggs come from the Hickmans Family Farms in Arizona. We are very particular about the conditions of the farms we purchase our eggs from and will never risk lower price for quality. In most cases, eggs are put at risk due to farm conditions far more frequently than the actual handling and refrigeration of the eggs. You will find a certification stamp on each carton of our Farm Pack eggs from Hickmans.
This stamp is only one of the many requirements Foodland has for our eggs. Hickmans Family Farms are not only rated with one of the highest sanitation and quality rankings they are also great supporters of our local community including annual donations to the Hawaii Food bank and annual participation in our Give Aloha program which supports our local charities.
I have personally spoken with the Hawaii State Department of Health at the onset of the egg recall. Our state department was also very concerned about this recall. As we identified our source of eggs from Hickmans Family Farms it was immediately noted that these eggs were NOT part of the nationwide recall and safe for our customers. Below are a few links you may be interested in.
Without a doubt, Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. I mean how many times do you catch yourself saying, "Lucky We Live Hawaii" in any given week? And the only way we can keep Hawaii so awe inspiring is if all us of make a conscious effort to take care of our `aina. One easy way to start your commitment to keeping Hawaii Green is by bringing in your own reusable bags whenever you shop with us at Foodland! By the way, did you know you also get either a more »
Do you love Frito-Lay chips? We sure do and we're excited to partner with Frito-Lay to offer this special promotion starting today. From June 5th through June 11th, 2013, purchase a Frito-Lay Planet Lunch Multi Pack for just $6.99 and we'll DOUBLE the Maika`i Points on your entire transaction*!
*Maika`i Points not issued on liquor, tobacco, postage stamps, bus passes, gift certificate, gift cards, taxes, bottle fees, prescriptions and/or where otherwise stated.
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.
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.