Location: The Kapiolani Community College Campus in parking lot C .
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Please come and join us for fresh local produce, assorted breads, local honey, plants, food, and Music, every Saturday from 7:30am – 11am in the Kapiolani Community College Campus in parking lot C .

APRIL 21, 2018
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Music by: D. Shoji

ROW A

1. HFB Booth: KCC Farmers’ Market merchandise.

2. Aloha Harvest: Donate leftover produce to the less unfortunate.

ROW B

1. Two Hot Tomatoes: Fried green tomatoes, deep fried zucchini, sweet Maui onion rings, Two Hot Tomatoes batter mix, tomato chutney, and green tomato jam.

2. Little Hands Hawaii: Sunscreen made with locally sourced ingredients, free of nano zinc oxide.  It won’t absorb into your skin or leak non-toxics to marine life.

3. Akaka Falls Farm: Tropical fruit jams, jellies, and fruit butters.

4. (ON HIATUS) Keith’s Cookies: An assortment of ono cookies.

5. (ON HIATUS) (NEW) Ono Kuki: Delicious cookies like peanut butter brownie, macadamia nut lemon, almond cookies, and so much more,  made with local ingredients.

5. Andy’s Bueno Salsa: Refreshing salsa made from all locally sourced ingredients6

7. Otsuji Farms: Variety of greens, beets, lettuces, herbs, kale veggie fruit juices, kale sliders, sweet potato banana fritters, and a Hamakua mushroom tempura. Now serving Kimchi poke bowls!

8. Nita’s Nursery: Beautiful cut tropical flowers.

9. Dina’s Garden: Specializing in rare and exotic plants and plant arrangements. Also Serving refreshing lemonades, and other special and unique drinks made with Hawaii-grown ingredients

10. Vilath Farms: Asian greens and herbs, squash, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelons, apple bananas, melons, papayas and more.

11. Olay Thai: Thai food made with locally sourced ingredients.  Featuring vegetarian pad Thai noodles, lemon grass fried chicken, assorted curries, sa-tay BBQ sticks, spring rolls, papaya salad, banana tapioca, and much more.

12. Grace Foods: Japanese Takoyaki with Kauai Shrimp.

13. Waimanalo Country Farms: Famous lemonade serving your way: strawberry, li hing and much more, all served in a special jars.

14. Aikane Plantation Coffee: Coffee grown in Ka’u, Big Island that has been garnering major awards in the coffee world. Come by and taste for yourself.

15. Penny’s Orchids: A wide variety of orchids.

ROW C

1. Kihene: Hawaiian herbal teas are grown on the Big Island.

2. SKA Tropicals: Apple Banana and Frozen apple bananas (on a stick or sliced up, dipped in chocolate). Grab your locally grown cut flowers for any occasion.

3. PIT Farm: Family run farms located in Mililani and Kahuku, offering a large variety of Asian vegetables, herbs, fruits and much more.

4. Ho Farms: Offers a wide array of cherry tomatoes: Black Cherry, Kahuku Golden, Grape Toms, and more!

5. Milner Farm: Kales, chards, Tokyo negi, and assorted vegetables.

6. La Tour Bakehouse – formerly known as Ba-Le Bakery: From breads to ono goodies and much more.

ROW D

1. (ON HIATUS) All Hawaiian Honey: Honey and honey products harvested from Windward Oahu, Big Island and Molokai.

2. Kowa Premium Foods – formerly known as Big Island Abalone: Fresh, cooked, and hibachi Big Island abalone.

3. Theng’s Farm: A large variety of Asian vegetables, papaya, bananas, and more!

4. Pig & the Lady: Chef Andrew, Mama Le and family changes their menu at each Market please visit pigandthelady.com for tonight’s menu.

5. Small Kine: Crimini and Portobello mushrooms are grown fresh in Waimanalo.

6. Lei Farms: A 10-acre farm growing a large variety of local produce. They also serve fresh sugar cane juice!

7.  (NEW) Caribbean Spice: Mariah and John Mack bring you their world famous fish & bake sandwich, jerk chicken in a waffle, and fried ice cream donuts! All locally sourced.

8. Petit Suisse Crepes: Crepes straight from the farms, always using local ingredients such as eggs, honey, cheese, veggies and fruits.

9. Growing Creations: Bringing a diverse range of potted plants.

10. Kamuela Tomatoes: A variety of sweet and juicy tomatoes.

11. (ON HIATUS) Paniolo Popcorn: Kettle popcorn with local Hawaiian sea salt.

12. Ono Kettle Pop: Freshly popped ono kettle popcorn made by Chef Brandon.

13. Loho Street: Variety of locally made seasonings and preserves.

ROW E

1. North Shore Cattle Co.: Naturally raised, hormone-free beef from Haleiwa; all beef Portuguese and andouille sausages; grilled burgers, & breakfast specials.

2. Hawaiian Style Chili Co.: Homemade chili and rice, sauces, spice mixes, prune mui, taro mochi, & garlic shrimp plates.

3. Small Kine: Locally grown portobello mushrooms! Burger style or deep fried to snack on.

4. Grandma G’s: Grandma G’s famous fried rice (regular or kimchee), served with Peterson’s Upland Farm eggs and Redondo Portuguese sausage, bacon, or smoked sausage. You can also try Grandma G’s sweet bread French toast.

5. Papi’s Empanadas: Chef Nelo makes Argentine Empanadas made with locally sourced ingredients.

6. Nosh: Serves Pao de queijo (Brazilian Cheese Bread).

7. KCC Culinary: Delicious baked goods and more.

8. Thai Farmers Association: Kunia farmers selling their assorted produce.

ROW F

1. Big Island Bees: Sweet local honey from local bee hives.

2. (ON HIATUS) Som’ Good Seasonings: Ono dry rubs and local seasonings.

3. Honey Girl Organics: Featuring an organic honey skincare line.

4. (ON HIATUS) Nalo Meli: Beekeeper brings his Windward harvested honey and other local honey products.

5.  (ON HIATUS) Tradewinds Global – formerly known as Aloha Tree: Tasty mac nuts locally sourced.

6.  (ON HIATUS) NS Farm’s Tea Time: 30 min. tea and delicious foods with North Shore farms.

7. (ON HIATUS) Pang’s Nursery: Assortment of succulents, tillandsias, blooming seasonal and edible plants grown in Kahalu’u. Occasional cut flowers from Waimea, Big Island.

8. (ON HIATUS) Olomana Tropicals: Assorted tropical plants and bromeliads.

9. (ON HIATUS) Master Gardeners: Got plant questions? These master gardeners can help.

10.  Haleahi Floral Nursery: A nursery from Waianae featuring assorted plants

11.  Greenpoint Nursery: Cut flowers and anthurium plants.

12.  Hawaiian Crown Pineapple: Local pineapple, always fresh (whole or cut), fresh Pineapple juices and smoothies.

ROW G

1. Koko Crater Coffee Roasters: Fresh Island brewed coffee.

2. Aloun Farms: A variety of locally grown fruits and vegetables.

3. (ON HIATUS) Nalo Farms: Nalo Farms located in Waimanalo features a large variety of their famous “Nalo Green.”

4. (NEW) Eggs Hawaii: Fresh from our Waianae Farm, USDA Certified, island eggs.

5. Akamai Foods: Fresh Island granola and more.

6. T&N Farms: 5-acre farm growing a large variety of unusual produce.

7. (NEW) Orchid Isle Snacks: Super ono thin and crispy beef jerky made with all local beef.

8. Green Valley Honey: The Datton’s provide delicious honey from their Kaneohe bee hives.

9. Ahualoa Farms: Features macadamia nuts with 15 different flavors from lilikoi to sea salt.

10. Hawaiian Chip Co.: The original taro and sweet potato chips. Try the assorted flavors or secret garlicy salt too!

11. Daizu Tei: Loaded acai bowls with locally grown toppings and freshly made soft serve ice cream. They even have black bean natto!

12. Kahuku Farms: Fresh island papaya, apple banana, eggplant and more.

13. Ulu Mana: Ulu hummus made with locally grown ulu. Also serving ulu chips and fries.

14. Alii Seafood Co.: Featuring locally caught Ama Ebi.  

15. North Shore Farm/Big Wave Tomatoes: Famous grilled pesto pizza featuring Big Wave tomatoes and a variety of sprouts too, when we’re lucky.

16. PacifiKool: Island Ginger Ale made with their famous locally grown ginger syrup. Want some ginger syrup for home? Yup, they also sell it by the bottle.

17. Honolulu Burger Company: Serving up sliders and french fries from locally sourced ingredients.

18. Hawaii’s Best Ever Nuts and Candy: Mary the Nut Lady brings her line of gourmet seasoned baked nuts, candied fruit and nougats.

19. Thoune HongPhao Farm: Brings cucumbers, eggplant, long bean, bitter melon, bananas, okra and much more. New product: Ribbon Fries, thin and curly deep-fried veggies, grown on Thoune and T & N Farms.

20. (ON HIATUS) Rhea’s Honey: Free honey tasting and selling of local raw Hawaiian Honey.

21. Manoa Honey: Local honey and other products from local bee hives.

22. Sea Salts of Hawaii: A variety of Hawaiian sea salts.

23. MaNoa Island Kitchen: All products made with Ulu. Try ulu flour for your baking.

24. Ono Pops: Gourmet popsicles made with locally sourced ingredients.

25. Hibachi: Serving fresh island poke made with local ahi and yummy bentos.

26. Madre Chocolate: Chocolates made in Kailua from locally-sourced cacao and also integrated with cacao from sustainable operations in Central America.

27. Happy Cakes: Specialty fruitcakes.

28. Kukui Sausage: Original and specialty Portuguese sausages.