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Bag Up Hunger at Foodland!

I love to eat! I have a long list of my favorite foods and places where I enjoy eating at. I guess you could say I take eating for granted. When I realized that so many Hawaii families don’t have that luxury, I began to understand the importance of supporting our local food banks. Food banks work tirelessly to gather food and support from our communities so that they can help the thousands of individuals and families who struggle every day to feed themselves. According to a “Hunger ... more »

Locally Grown Easter Lilies Support Easter Seals Hawaii

Beautiful locally grown Easter Lily Plants have arrived at your local Foodland and Sack N Save locations, and we are proud to partner exclusively with Howard's Nursery in Kula, Maui and Young Brothers to bring you these gorgeous Easter Lilies and help benefit Easter Seals Hawaii.

Kosher for Passover Items at Foodland

Shalom!

Every year we've heard more and more requests for Kosher items during Passover here in Hawaii, and we're happy to expand both our selections and locations where Kosher for Passover items can be found at Foodland and Sack N Save.

This year, Passover begins at Sundown on Friday, March 25th, and ends at Sundown on Tuesday, April 2nd.

We've brought in extra Matzos and fun new items from Manischewitz, in addition to our great selection of ... more »

Five Favorite St. Patrick's Day Beers

Ireland and Hawaii are over 7,000 miles away from each other, but based on the celebration of St. Patrick's Day on the islands, you would think they were much closer. It's always a special celebration for our team here at Foodland, considering our Irish roots with our founder Maurice "Sully" Sullivan.

Mahalo, Honolulu!

How excited all of us were to learn that we were voted “best grocery store” by the readers of Honolulu Magazine – for the second year in a row. This recognition means a great deal to us as it came not from a panel of editors or experts, but from the people who know us, our stores, and our employees best --- all of YOU!

The Comfort of Shoyu Chicken

For those of us who grew up in Hawaii, certain local foods always stir feelings of comfort. These are the foods we think about on a cold wintry day at college and the ones we long for after night upon night of eating out when traveling. Simple and unfussy, they are foods that make us feel good -- dishes we associate with the warmth and comfort of home.

New Pharmacy locations Now Open!

Wouldn’t it be easier to get your prescriptions filled while you shop for groceries? It can be time-consuming to make two stops; one to the grocery store and one to the pharmacy. We understand! And that’s why we are excited to open two new pharmacy locations: Foodland Pharmacy at Foodland Kapolei and Sack N Save Pharmacy at Sack N Save Puainako!

Shop for Higher Education Video Contest Winner - Roosevelt High School!

Congratulations Roosevelt High School for winning Foodland’s first-ever Shop for Higher Education Video Contest! The winning video is creative, fun, and meaningful – all rolled into one! What a terrific job the video crew and “leading man,” Victor Nhieu, did in producing their video. From Yvonne Elliman to Bruno Mars, Roosevelt High School abounds with talent! If you missed watching Roosevelt High School's entry, click on the video below to watch their contribution.

Omega-3’s in a Glass of Milk!

It’s not easy for us to eat well rounded every day, but Organic Valley has made it effortless for us to receive the proper daily nutrition we need. We are excited about our recent launch of Organic Valley’s Omega-3 Milk in our Foodland, Foodland Farms, & Sack N Save stores. Now we can get our daily Omega-3’s in a glass of milk or with your morning ... more »

Chocolate on a Mission

Chocolate on a Mission opened in October of 2011. It is a chocolate factory on the Mission’s third floor. The purpose of Chocolate on a Mission was to help provide financial support to The River of Live Mission organization. All proceeds from Chocolate on a Mission go towards helping individuals get a fresh new start.



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