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Kokua Maket Board of Directors: Election Results

We are happy to announce the following newly elected Kokua Market board members:

Many thanks to all the owners who participated in the election.…


Posted on April 27, 2015 at 3:00pm

Fostering Sustainable Behavior workshop

Monday, March 8, 2010

Workshop, 8:30am–3:00pm, UH Manoa Campus Center Ballroom

$15, registration extended to 3/5 (limited seating)

FREE Presentation, 5:30pm–7:30pm, School of Architecture Auditorium

Registration extended to March 5

Professor, author, and international expert in community-based social marketing, Dr. DOUG MCKENZIE-MOHR will… Continue

Posted on February 25, 2010 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

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At 10:08am on February 1, 2010, Pam Omidyar said…
Hi, sorry for taking so long to reply - the link to Ulupono should work.... I clicked and it came up ok. Thanks for all you do!
At 3:18pm on December 15, 2009, Julia Driver said…
Lots of local ORGANIC PRODUCE!
At 1:17pm on October 20, 2009, Nicole said…
Indeed, it is Nicole from Kokua Deli!

This website has gone under some major improvements since I started working at Kokua. Awesome! Keep up the good work!
At 12:34pm on October 13, 2009, Mark Hamamoto said…
Thank you - looking forward to the workday from the Kokua staff at Mohala Farms! We're slowly growing and learning as a farm and beginning to get more produce coming out of the land. We're also a non-profit organization, and so are working to support greater food self-sufficiency and the use of agricultural land for local food consumption. Aloha!
At 4:07pm on October 8, 2009, Hangai said…
Dylan and I enjoy shopping at Kokua Market on Sundays because we can always find what we need, and everyone there is very friendly. It has become our little tradition to go to Kokua market at least once on the weekends. It always amazes me that I can walk into the supplement and health/beauty isle and find something I like, while I can walk into stores with isles and isles of products and never find exactly what I was looking for.

I also like that Dylan (8 years old) feels comfortable in the store and has ventured to try new things and products. He has not gotten the taste for the raw foods in the deli, but I was so very excited to see it available, and that the items are made with produce from local farmers (most important!).

All in all, Kokua market is our numba 1 because we get what we need, support the community, and it has a positive influence on Dylan's perceptions of sustainability and citizen responsibility. Thanks!!
At 2:51pm on October 6, 2009, L T Inouye said…
I love the fresh fruits and vegetable
At 6:48pm on September 28, 2009, Ramona Hussey said…
If I won the certificate, I'd stock up on all the bulk grains. I've just moved back to Oahu and have to start from scratch again with my kitchen supplies.
At 6:48pm on September 28, 2009, Ramona Hussey said…
Wow - that was fast!! Didn't I just sign up today?
At 5:25pm on September 28, 2009, Alan Lee Sun Choy Young said…
I was just in Moiliili last week and, auwe, no kamut or spelt in bulk. Wha hoppen? Not enough sales. Commerce drives but I do hope that somehow they can be obtained.


At 4:31pm on September 28, 2009, Markus Faigle said…
Well, mostly legumes and other delicacies that I can put in the solar oven. Solar cooked beans or lentils are the best beans we have ever eaten and they require minimal effort: add water, put in solar cooker, come back a few hours later, eat. solar cooking = smart slowfood with minimal effort.

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