Some of our favorite local Hawaii partners and products
Blue Door Bakery
Ty Lamar Milton & Michael Farina, Cofounders
Proudly made in Maui, Hawaii, Blue Door Bakery is serving up naturally leavened artisan bread. Without the use of yeast, sugar or dairy, cofounders Ty Lamar Milton and Michael Farina are dedicated to bringing their community organic, vegan breads that are outright delicious.
Coffees of Hawaii
Pua Naeole, Owner
Coffees of Hawaii grow their coffee on a 500-acre coffee plantation located in the heart of the island of Moloka'i. With a commitment to supporting the revitalization of culture and ecology in their home of the Hawaiian Islands, they celebrate through roasting incredible beans, each with the spirit of the regions from which they come.
MA’O Organic Farms
Fruits & Veggies
Gary & Kukui Maunakea-Forth, Cofounders
MA’O Organic Farms, located in Wai`anae, Hawaii, is on a mission to cultivate organic fruits and veggies — and youth leadership. MA'O is an acronym for mala (garden) ʻai (food) ʻopio (youth) or youth food garden — affirming their belief that restoration of the relationship between land and people returns prosperity to youth, their families and the community.
Uncle’s Ice Cream Sandwiches
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Paul Logan, Founder
Voted Honolulu’s best ice cream sandwiches, Uncle’s has been serving up delicious desserts since 2013. “Uncle” Paul Logan not only grew up on the island, he also swears by using the local produce, coffee and chocolate for his unique and eccentric flavors. What began as a stand at the farmers market is now an island-wide favorite.
Brynn Foster, Founder
Gluten free has never tasted better than Voyaging Foods’ canoe-plant flours and baked goods. By milling their Hawaiian-grown heritage canoe plants, Kalo (taro), ‘Uala (sweet potato) and ‘Ulu (breadfruit), they are able to utilize them as the foundation of plant-based fiber and protein for their delicious dry mixes as well.
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