Non-food Vendors at Farmers’ Markets in Oahu and the Big Island of Hawaii

During my stay in Hawaii, I have visited many farmers’ markets and interviewed individuals with very interesting products and services. Of course many are food products. My focus has been on finding farmers producing food organically with sustainable farming methods. I have also come across many interesting non-food vendors and listed them with their products and services here in this article.

What I have found is that there are many small family businesses here that have a common interest in organic, sustainable products, and they are passionate about quality and serving their customers’ interests while respecting the environment. While many folks running businesses here are not originally from Hawaii, newcomers quickly learn these traditions from Hawaiian families. This respect for the land and environment has been practiced by native Hawaiians for hundreds of years.

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HOMEBRIDGE

Marysol Ruiz

Homebridge Honolulu, HI

www.homebridge.com/marysolRuiz

C 808-372-3989 F  877-705-5486

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BETTER HOMES: ADVANTAGE REALTY

Stacy Loe Paris, Realtor Associates

Better Homes; Advantage Realty

www.stacyParis.com

Kailua Town Center, HI

808-261-1800

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HAWAIIAN HEALING ARTS COLLEGE

Coupons are available from Hawaii Healing Arts College for Professional Massage Therapy Licensing Programs

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LALA NANI ORGANIC MEDICINE

Lala Nani

Organic Medicine

www.lalanani.com

808-286-0499

Powerful Concentrated Topical Formulas. Made with only pure safe ingredients from the earth.

  Every active, fresh, healing, ingredient has a purpose.

Cruelty Free – Vegan -Non GMO – No ParabensNo Artificial FragrancesNo Dyes

Lāla Nani  i Hawaiian Healing

SUNSET BEACH, OAHU HI

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Something delightfully magical for you, whether you want healthy soft glowing skin or proven pain relief.

Raw, Organic, Wild Crafted.  MADE IN HAWAII

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APPLE COMPUTER

Ethan Pereira, Tech

Apple Computer Store

4211 Waialae Avenue

Honolulu, HI 96816

808-738-4400 apple.com/Kahala

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ZOE DELA CRUZ CANNON

Realtor Associate

Kailua, Hi 96734

808-782-2377

ZobelDelaCruz@hotmail.com

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THE HAMAKUA GROUP

Robert Gratz Founder

808-492-9839

The Hamakua Group (originally The Hamakua Entrance Advocacy Group) was organized to collect and coordinate support for the needed improvements at the Hamakua Drive / Aoloa Street entrance to Kailua Town. Now expanded to d=focus on wetlands and native species protection in the Hamakua Drive area.

James Bondy; Architectural Designer

206-883-4559 hamakuagroup.com

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HAWAIIAN MEDICINAL

Kiki Chung

Hawaii Medicinal

202-813-0073

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HARENA COMPANY

Linda Molina

Jewelry Design

808-825-1403

harena99@gmail.com

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HIPPY CHIC DESIGNS

Dale Coarsey

Hippy Chic Designs

Owner & Designer 

808-384-8494

www.hippychichawaii.com email: HippychicHawaii@gmail.com

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