Customers sometimes ask us how they can make their flowers last as long as possible. Here are a few tips for anyone who wants to get the most out of their flowers.
With the bag ban going statewide on July 1, we here at Foodland are ready to make this an easy transition for you. From reminders to rewards, and new bags to choose from…we’ve got you covered.
Make sure you have plenty of bags.
Show your personality by toting your favorite design. They also make great gifts! We have all these styles to choose from. Shop Online
Plus, we’ll have our NEW Local Food Pyramid bag in stores very soon.
Don’t forget to bring your bags Keep them in convenient places like by the front door, by your car keys, in your car, at work, in your backpack or laptop tote. If you still forget, we can help. We offer “cart-to-car carryout” and will bring your groceries out to your car and pack them for you. You’ll still earn bag credits.
Introducing Eat Local Tuesdays! Have you ever thought about how much locally grown or locally produced food you eat every week? If you are like many of us here in Hawaii, you probably don’t eat local food very much.” In fact, while most of us know that buying and eating local is important for our community and good for us, we continue to rely heavily—and spend the majority of our food budgets—on imported food.
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! Just look for the new orange signs to find locally made and locally grown items on sale throughout our stores. This is just one part of our larger push to buy local, support local, and improve food sustainability here in Hawaii. Please visit our main Eat Local Today page for more information on our exciting new weekly initiative!
Flowers come in a rainbow of beautiful colors, but did you know that specific flower colors relate to certain emotions and moods?
This Valentine's Day, make the gift of flowers more significant by knowing the meaning behind the color of the flowers you offer to someone special!
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