Hawaii Farmers & Chefs Events at Foodland
What do you get when you combine a Hawaii Farmer and Hawaii Chef at Foodland? Great tasting food made with the freshest local ingredients from the farm to market! It’s exactly what you’ll find when you attend Foodland’s “Hawaii’s Farmers and Chefs” events at Foodland on Saturday, August 25th and September 1st. Presented as part of Foodland’s sponsorship of the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, these in-store demonstrations and food tastings will feature our very own local chefs and Hawaii farmers showcasing delicious local farm-to-table cuisine. We hope you'll attend these special events:
Meet Ed Kenney, Town
Saturday, September 1 - 12:00 pm at Foodland Market City
Featuring a demonstration and food tasting of Sauteed MA`O Bitter Greens with garlic, raisins and macadamia nuts, using locally grown MA`O Organic Farms Bitter Greens.
Meet Keoni Chang, Foodland Corporate Chef
Saturday, August 25 - 12:00 pm at Foodland Kailua
Featuring a demonstration and food tasting of Local “BLT” salad, made with Ho Farms Tomatoes
Meet Roy Yamaguchi, Roy’s Restaurants
Saturday, August 25 - 12:00 pm at Foodland Farms Aina Haina
Featuring a demonstration and food tasting of Hawaiian Kampachi™ Tataki
The 2nd annual Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, held September 6 – 9, 2012, is a showcase of world-class chefs creating innovative dishes inspired by the diverse culinary and cultural traditions of the Hawaiian Islands. For more information and a schedule of events, please visit hawaiifoodandwinefestival.com.
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Yummy new snacks & beverages!
Keeping things exciting and tasty is what we’re all about! I am happy to introduce the newest products being offered in our stores.
In the snacks & beverages category we have the following exciting items- just in time for summer celebrating!
Mahalo! We are thrilled to announce that you voted us "Hawaii's Best Grocery Store" in the Honolulu Star Advertiser's People's Choice Awards -- for the fifth year in a row! To be recognized by the customers we work so hard to serve is a huge “Wow!,” a tremendous honor, and we are grateful to all of you for the support and confidence you have in us.
Bag Up Hunger at Foodland!
“I’m hungry.” This is an unfortunate, but all too common phrase, said by the thousands of people in Hawaii who struggle to find their next meal. According to the Hunger in America 2010 report by Feeding America, more than 14% of Hawaii’s population receives emergency food assistance. The face of Hawaii’s hungry ranges in all ages, from young to old, and across all ethnicities of our island population.
Are you a part of the growing number of people interested in supporting local and buying local? We are too! It's a huge initiative that's gaining a lot of traction here in Hawaii, and we at Foodland are hoping to make it easier for you all to join in the movement!
As a part of our ongoing push for local visibility in our stores, we've introduced new signs to help make buying local easy!
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As we kick off our 10th annual Shop For Higher Education program, we are excited about its significant value in helping Hawaii’s students achieve their dreams of attending college and reaching their career goals. Each year past scholarship recipients and their parents tell us how grateful they are for our scholarships. Without financial aid resources like Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education, many high school ... more »
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