Oahu farmers market

Roots Cafe, Farmacy, and Mobile Market: A Wellspring of Wellness for Kalihi

The next time you’re craving a locally grown, organic, ‘ono, and affordable lunch head to the Roots Cafe and Farmacy at Kokua Kalihi Valley! Venture towards the back of the Kokua Kalihi Valley Wellness Center and head to the canopy tent. There you will find shelves of mai’a, ‘ulu, ‘uala, cassava, kalo, and other seasonal …

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Waialua Farmers Cooperative Market: Historic Small Town Market With A Big Heart

Bring cash and a box or bag to stock up on fresh, local ingredients at Waialua Farmers Cooperative Market. Waialua is known for its thriving entrepreneurs and artisans who make world-class surfboards, silkscreen fashion, handmade soaps and island-style chocolates and lemonades. Dozens of vendors and retail outlets attract many North Shore residents and visitors who …

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Kailua Farmers Market: A Reflection of Resiliency and Community Spirit

If you are looking for those alternative pau hana vibes visit the Kailua Farmers Market. This pet-friendly farmers market is a weekly and seemingly celebratory event that takes place in the parking lot at the Kailua Town Center every Thursday evening. Here amongst fresh food and live tunes, a sense of community spirit is renewed.  …

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KCC Farmers Market: Treasured Among Locals and Visitors

The Kapiolani Community College (KCC) Market may perhaps be the most reputable market on the island of Oahu. The market has its humble beginnings starting in 2003 as the first Farm Bureau farmers market; since then it has grown from twenty to an impressive seventy vendors and counting! This market is the largest of the …

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Mililani Market: A Food Community at the Heart of Oahu

With vendors coming from Kahuku’s Ho Farms to Pearl City’s Son Farm and everywhere in between, the centralized Mililani Market truly captures the hearts of Oahu’s residents, vendors, and visitors. The Mililani Farmers Market hosts over thirty vendors from a diversity of towns and cities across the island at its central location, Mililani High School …

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Honolulu Farmers’ Market: A Portal For Accessibility & Opportunity

Every Wednesday evening the cozy, comfortable, and urban Honolulu Farmer’s Market located conveniently on Ward Avenue, between King street and Kapiolani street, beckons all walks of life. Put on some comfortable shoes, bring some cash in small denominations, and soak in the essence of aloha that Honolulu Farmers’ Market offers. Cities can be crazy; it …

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The People’s Open Market: Generations of Making Fresh Food Affordable

Affordable produce, open urban spaces, and local residents; simple ingredients The People’s Open Market has employed for over 40 years of community building on O’ahu. Started in 1973 by the City and County of Honolulu, the People’s Open Markets (POMs) still continues today with the mission of providing affordable, fresh food to Oahu’s ever growing …

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Kahumana Organic Farms Farmers Market: Straight from the Source

How far do your veggies and fruits travel to get to you? When you buy from Kahumana Farmers Market, a lot of the produce comes from a certified organic farm just 5 minutes away. If you ever wondered how farms operate, the Farmers Market at Kahumana Organic Farms can give you a great picture. Produce …

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