If you like Sweet Cantaloupe, you’ll definitely enjoy the Magnificent Cantaloupe, grown exclusively by Del Monte. This melon has an exceptional aroma, an extra sweet flavor profile, and a juicy texture which can be experienced in every bite.
You may also notice that the seed cavity is much smaller than a normal cantaloupe and that the sweet juicy fruit extends all the way to the rind. In addition to the traditional nutritional benefits that a cantaloupe typically offers, the ... more »
Here’s a little help with one of your New Year’s resolutions…Think Thin Bars.
I love these bars. 20 gram of protein and no sugar. They call them “portable nutrition" and I call them delicious. These are a great one to pack in your bag and filling enough to help tide you over to a meal.
We're featuring Citrus Fruits this week, and they are all very sweet and tasty! I just wanted to give you a brief description on each of our citrus variety, so that you know what you are buying:
Clementine – This is like a tangerine, but almost always seedless and very easy to peel. Clementines are also very sweet. The exterior is a deep orange color, with a smooth glossy appearance.
When our annual Share a Holiday Feast program launched on November 1st, we wondered how well we’d do this year, considering Hawaii’s struggling economy. We could only hope we would raise as much we did as last year ($96,226.17) to help those in need enjoy a holiday meal with their families. We shouldn’t have been surprised when the final donations were calculated – after all, people in Hawaii have always been more than generous for good ... more »
With our melting pot of cultures here in Hawaii, it has become part of the local culture to celebrate the New Year with delicious seafood. Some of us believe that a New Year's seafood feast will bring us prosperity in the New Year, and others feel that eating shrimp will lead to longevity. You might even see a whole fish plated at your family get-together, often symbolizing abundance and success in the New ... more »
*Special New Years Hours*
All stores open until 10 p.m. on December 31st (Except for Ala Moana, which will be open until 7 p.m.).
All stores will be open for regular hours on January 1st. All 24 hour stores will open at 6 a.m., including Foodland Beretania, Ewa Beach, Kailua, Kihei, Market City and Pukalani.
We wanted to let all of our customers know of a voluntary recall that may have affected 12 oz glass bottles of Tejava® Premium Iced Tea packaged in 4 packs available at our Foodland & Sack N Save locations.
As a precautionary measure, certain production lots of Tejava® Premium Iced Tea in 12 oz glass bottles are being recalled nationwide due to the possible presence of glass fragments which could be harmful if swallowed. To date, there have been no reports of any illness or ... more »
Surf's up in the Country and everyone is awaiting the final stop of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing at the historic Bonzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. We wanted to share this fun sweepstakes that Vita Coco is running with 11-time ASP World Champ, Kelly Slater, now through the end of the Billabong Pipe Masters ... more »
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, all of us at Foodland want to thank you for your business throughout the year. We feel very fortunate to be the only remaining local supermarket with stores throughout the state and are truly honored that you have voted us Hawaii's Best Grocery Store. Believe me, we know these things would not be possible without all of you. You challenge us to be better, you inspire us to find new ways to improve our service to you, and you support us with ... more »
The holidays bring with them some really exciting limited edition beverages. Forget about boring old egg nog…check out what is in the dairy case at your Foodland now.
Silk has a trio of holiday offerings.
•Silk Pumpkin Spice…mix this into your coffee and you have a pumpkin soy latte within seconds.
•Silk Mint Chocolate is great either hot or cold. Think of it as chocolate milk with a candy cane swirled in it.
•Silk ... more »