New T-Shirts - Local Mo' Bettah & Bambucha

We have another line of T-Shirts joining the Foodland family! The two new shirts are based on our “Local Slang” reusable bag design. The “Local Mo’ Bettah” T-Shirt has a big, colorful block of different local terms and sayings on the back with “Local Mo’ Bettah” proudly printed in green on the front.

Our “Bambucha” T-Shirt has BAMBUCHA written across it in huge letters to really get the meaning of the word across! On the back, there’s a quick definition and pronunciation guide. This shirt is part of a series that will feature one local word or phrase per shirt. These shirts will be released one by one, so stay tuned to see what’s coming next!

Each shirt comes in adult sizes small to 2XL and there are limited quantities of each, so hurry and get yours today! You can get them at the following Foodland locations, or you can get them from our Online Shop.

Oahu:

Foodland Market City
Foodland Beretania
Foodland Hawaii Kai
Foodland Ewa Beach
Foodland Kailua

Maui:

Foodland Kaahumanu
Foodland Pukalani

Kauai:

Foodland Waipouli (Kapaa)

Big Island:

Hilo Sack N Save

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