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Locally produced products

The creation of high quality food begins on the farm.  Good agricultural practices lead to greater farm sustainability, higher product quality, and personal pride.   Farming isn't easy and expecting farmers to be our neighbors without supporting and nurturing relationships with them doesn't make sense. 

We care deeply about our community and want to see its members flourish and succeed, whether they are coffee farmers or kombucha brewers.  Consequently, we try to source as many of our products from local producers as we can.  Sure, buying local means things may cost a little more.  However, not only do locally produced products tend to taste better but we can't put a price on being part of something bigger than just our little business.   Our community is priceless.

Whether you call it Slow Food, Farm to table, or sustainable production, we don't care.  We just call it the right thing to do.

 

We proudly support the following local farms & producers in our establishment

 

Hawaii Island

Adaptations Produce, Captain Cook, HI

Arianna Farms, Kona, HI

Big Island Booch, Hilo/Pahoa, HI

Gypsea Gelato, Kealakekua, HI

Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company, Kawaihae, HI

Hamakua Mushrooms, Laupahoehoe, HI

Hawaii Beef Producers, Honoka'a, HI

Honaunau Market, Honaunau, HI

Kona Cold Seafood, Keahole, HI

Kona Fish Company, Kailua-Kona, HI

Kona View Coffee, Kona, HI

Papa Kona Coffee, Kona, HI

 

Mokoka‘i

Coffees of Hawaii, Kualapu‘u, HI

Teas of Hawaii, Kualapu‘u, HI

 

Maui

MauiGrown Coffee, Ka‘anapali, HI

 

O‘ahu

Hawaii Agriculture Research Center, Kunia and Maunawili, HI

Waialua Estate Coffee and Cacao, Waialua, HI

Waialua Soda Works, Waialua, HI