The Mililani Farmers' Market
Sunday - 8:00 - 11:00 am
Mililani High School
95-1200 Meheula Parkway

TIP SHEET - July 18, 2010

The Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation is a private non-profit organization supporting the economic viability of Hawaii's farmers and ranchers

If you love this market, please vote for it in America's Favorite Farmers Market Contest! Vote here!

Check out the Honolulu Farmers' Market at the Neal Blaisdell Center, Wednesday evenings 4:00-7:00 p.m.

**Special Market Announcement**

There will be no farmers markets weekend of July 24-25, 2010

Most vendors will be at Hawaii State Farm Fair

Bishop Musuem

Saturday July 24, 9 am-8pm

Sunday July 25 9 am-5 pm


Eats: Starpoint scones, pastries, bread pudding, cakes and pies

Featured Nursery: Herbaceous variety of potted plants

Featured Farm: Maunawili Greens brings hydroponic lettuce and sprouts


Aunty Nani's: an assortment of delicious cookies

Ba-Le Bakery:
artisan breads and baked goods

Fresh From the Farm/ Hawaiian Chef:
fresh Maui produce, prepared foods, bottled sauces and dressings

Hawaii's Best Brittle:
Macadamia nut and coconut brittle

Hawaii's Homemade Taste:
an assortment of delicious cookies

Hawaiian Style Chili Company:
Kim Chee Fried Rice, chili and rice, soups, garlic shrimp plate, prune mui, taro mochi

Hawaii Honeybee Co-op:
local honey products

Hawaii's Best Brittle:
macadamia nut and coconut brittle

an assortment of potted plants, dried herbs and fresh herb wreaths

Island Paradise:
Hauula low sugar jams and jellies, chutney and BBQ sauce

Akamai Food/Latitude 22: Premium Dark Chocolate & Pumpkin Bread infused with Dark Maui rum. Lavosh. Gluten-free scone mixes. date/flax seed, cranberry/walnut, mango/pumpkin/pecan oat cakes; doggie biscuits, Swiss Inn salad dressing

Maunawili Greens:
hydroponic red leaf and butter lettuce, sprouts

Naked Cow Dairy:
fresh butter and herb butter spreads, cheeses

Nalo Farms: Dean’s Greens, braising greens, tatsoi, variety of fresh herbs, Kamiya papayas, Molokai sweet potatoes, organic ginger, and much more

Pat's Peanuts:
fresh, boiled peanuts

Penny's Orchids:
orchid plants

Popcorn Express:
Fresh popped kettle corn in assorted colors

Rainbow Farm: Kona avocado, Sunrise and Rainbow papayas, Manoa lettuce, green onions, eggplant, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper and other fruits and vegetables

Marine Agriculture:
Sea Asparagus, Ogo, Sea Asparagus poke, Pickled Ogo

SKA Tropicals: apple bananas, tropical cut flowers

Stacy's Lau Lau:
ono lau lau

Starpoint Catering:
a variety of baked goods

Vilath Farm:
Asian greens and herbs, squash, Manoa lettuce, tomatoes, bittermelon, apple bananas, melons, papayas and other fruits and vegetables

Vixaysack Farm:
A variety of Asian vegetables, cucumbers, papayas, pineapple and melons

WOW Farm: Waimea grown heirloom tomatoes, sundried too

** Please note that not all vendors participate
in the market on a weekly basis


Market will be closed for Hawaii State Farm Fair

Please see announcement above

Join us at all of our markets:

Honolulu Farmers’ Market
Blaisdell Center Kapiolani-Ward Parking Lot
Every Wednesday, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

KCC Farmers’ Market
Kapiolani Community College
Every Saturday, 7:30 - 11:00 am

Kailua Farmers’ Market
Kailua Town Center Parking Garage
Every Thursday, 5:00 - 7:30 pm

Waianae Farmers’ Market
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
Every Saturday, 8:30 12:00 noon

The Sunday Farmers' Market at Mililani High School
is cosponsored by the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation
and Mililani High School

Questions? Comments? Suggestions?
call: 848-2074