In the summer, ice cream is easily hands-down everyone's favorite dessert. And now Foodland has some delicious and healthier choices when it comes this frozen treat. Find them in the freezer section at a Foodland near you. Read More >>
Follow these steps for grilling success!
1. Choose a steak that’s at least 1” thick.
This will ensure the steak can sear nicely on the outside without overcooking.
2. Take your steak out of the fridge one hour prior to grilling.
At room temperature, your steak will cook more evenly... Read More >>
“I’m hungry.” This is an unfortunate, but all too common phrase, said by the thousands of people in Hawaii who struggle to find their next meal. The reality is that one in five people in Hawaii depend upon food assistance. The face of Hawaii’s hungry ranges in all ages, from young to old, and... Read More >>
The first Earth Day in April 1970 activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. The passage of several landmark environmental laws soon followed. Twenty years later, Earth Day went global, mobilizing 200 million people in 141 countries and lifting environmental issues onto the world stage. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day... Read More >>
Spring is in the air, and Foodland is happy to offer beautiful, locally grown Easter lily plants. Howard Takishita, owner of Howard’s Nurseries in Kula, Maui, is the green thumb who produces these wonderful lilies because they hold a very special place in his heart. As a young boy, Howard was the first child on Maui to be diagnosed with polio, and it was Maui’s Easter Seals Early Intervention program that helped provide therapy and support for him many years ago...
As we kick off our 12th annual Shop For Higher Education program, we are excited about its significant value in helping Hawaii’s students achieve their dreams of attending college and reaching their career goals. Each year past scholarship recipients and their parents tell us how grateful they are for our scholarships.
Without financial aid resources like Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education, many high school seniors would not be able to afford attending college. Seniors have shared with us their wide-ranging career goals including emergency medical technicians, educators, event planners, engineers and doctors. Many of these careers can only be attained with a college education.
Ever wonder how to cut open this exotic unusual looking Dragon Fruit? Here are a couple quick tips on how to enjoy a delicious locally grown Kona Dragon Fruit:
•Slice the fruit in half, lengthwise, as shown in the picture to the left.
•Scoop out the white (sometimes red or fuchsia) flesh onto a separate dish or bowl.
•The seeds are completely edible (much like a kiwi), so go ahead and dice up fruit into bite-size morsels.
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