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Red Bing Cherries

Bing cherries have become the most popular of North American cherries, surpassing every other style. These Bing Cherries are firm and juicy with a deep mahogany red when ripe. They are nutritious and a good source of potassium and Vitamin C. It’s a good idea to keep fully ripe Bing Cherries in the fridge, especially during Hawaii’s hot summer months. Many people prefer to eat them straight out of the hand but they are also great for making cherry jam and preserves, cherry pies or cherry ... more »


Last week Foodland was honored to do the floral arrangements for a Tour de France inspired awards dinner. Sunflower centerpieces in mason jars with raffia bows created a French countryside feel. Fashioned after Tour de France podium bouquets, honorees of the evening were presented with yellow rose bouquets with a collar of explosion grass and ti leaf finish.

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A Sneak Peak

One of the things I love at Foodland is that we really care about the food we sell. We pride ourselves on only selling food that we “would serve our own family and friends” and we really mean it. As a buyer I have to present new product lines to our quality control committee in a monthly meeting. It’s really kind of fun in that it is a show-and-tell format.

Last week I presented a few new lines that I am really excited about. I felt great in that everything passed in the ... more »

Champagne and Concord Grapes

Hi everyone. I just wanted to let you all know that we just got these 2 new types of grapes in: Concord Grapes and Champagne Grapes. Be on the lookout for them in all Foodland and Sack N Save stores, and if you're able to try them, let us know what you think.

Concord Grapes (See image on the left): The Concord variety are grapes blue-black in color and look as though they have been powdered with silver. They are wonderful eaten out of hand, freshly squeezed into ... more »


Now that our site has been up for a couple of weeks, I’m sure that the majority of you guys have been able to checkout the Weekly Ad. It’s updated every Wednesday and has a lot to offer in terms of savings. Another great page that offers savings is our Coupons page provided by The other day, before I went shopping, I went over to the coupons page just to see what was available with no particular items in mind.

South American Roses

Nestled in the Andes Mountain at an elevation of 8,661 feet above sea level, Bogota is the capital city of Columbia. After La Paz in Bolivia and Quito in Ecuador, Bogota is the third-highest capital city in the world. What does that elevation feel like in Hawaiian terms? Haleakala on Maui reaches an elevation of just over 10,000 feet above sea level at the highest peak. That means Bogota ... more »

Quick Favorites

I know that a lot of people here in Hawaii, like myself, are really active and busy. I don’t know about you guys, but a lot of times I find myself not having much time to eat and always grabbing something on the go. It’s not easy to find food that’s quick, and tasty, but I know that I can always rely on our deli to prepare something that’s delicious and can be eaten without wasting time. Here are just a few of my Foodland Deli favorites:

A Refreshing Riesling

Sweet wine lovers stand up proud and be counted!

The sweeter wine varietals are making a big come back! More and more wine lovers are discovering the fun and joy of the sweeter varietals like Riesling, Gewurtraminer, and Moscato D' Asti.

Do you know the difference between a Male and Female Uhu?

There are a bunch of different types of Uhu (Parrotfish), and they all go through different phases as they mature. During these phases, they change colors and some change from male to female. The only way to identify the sex of an Uhu is identifying the type and color. Almost all parrotfish start out as females in the Initial Phase and change to males in the Terminal Phase. However the Stoplight Parrotfish develop directly into males.

Filet? Ribeye? Strip? T-Bone? What makes them different?

With the launch of our Certified Angus Beef Contest, I thought that it would be a great time to familiarize everyone with a few different cuts of steak. Hopefully, next time you’re at a steakhouse or checking out our meat department this will help you picking out a steak to your liking. Let me know if you’d like to know about any other cuts not mentioned here.

  • Filet Mignon: The most-tender cut of beef, the Filet Mignon has been appearing in restaurants since ... more »
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