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  • Farmers Markets on Oahu

    Your guide to Oahu farmers markets, where the freshest produce--some straight from the garden that morning--can be found.  Be sure to talk-story with the farmers, and they'll give you buying and cooking tips.

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  • Farmers Markets on Maui

    mother and daughter enjoy shave ice in hawaiiMaui's farmers markets are a unique experience, a mash-up of foods, cultures, people and goods for sale. From locally grown pineapple to hand-crafted jewelry and everything in between. How about sipping on the nectar a frozen coconut? At some of these events, you can eat your way through breakfast and lunch. This is one of those true cultural experiences. Read More
  • Ono Farms Delivers on Organic

    Ono Organic Farms tropical preserves and honey jarsThirty-five years ago, Chuck and Lili Boerner left Honolulu for remote Kipahulu on East Maui to start a family-run, organic farm at a time when most farmers were selling their land and moving to town. “It’s actually staggering for us to even comprehend. I hardly remember doing it. You just do it because you love it,” said Lili.
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  • The Bountiful Garden Island

    Cornucopie of tropical fruit found at Hawaii's farmers' marketsIf you want to enjoy the fruits of what Kauai literally has to offer, a visit to a nearby farmers’ market is a must stop on Garden Island of Kauai. Bring plenty of singles and quarters, your own re-useable shopping bag and—most importantly—arrive on time. If you're a little bit intimidated by those hairy, knobby and generally funny-looking items, we'll help you identify what they are. But don't be shy about asking the vendors questions at these markets. Read More
  • Hawaii (Big) Island Farmers Markets

    Ripe Kona coffee cherries in a basketAt the Hawaii Island's farmers markets, you can find locally grown mango, papaya, pineapple, coconut, organic peppers, and, of course, coffee. And lots more produce. Sometimes, even arts and crafts made by Hawaii artists and craftspeople. Some of these markets are veritable restaurants. You can nosh your way through your morning shopping. Read More
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