Over the past decade, farmers markets have taken the “Buy Local” mantra by storm. In Hawaii, there’s at least one market a day on each of the major islands. In fact, it seems there are more and more markets being added to the list every other month.

Here’s an updated list of farmers markets on Oahu, particularly ones nearest Waikiki:

WAIKIKI


King’s Village Shopping Center

, 131 Kaiulani Ave. • Mondays to Fridays, 4 to 9pm • www.kingsvillage.com


Waikiki Community Center

, 310 Paoakalani Ave. • Tuesdays and Fridays, 7 to 1130am • 808-932-1802


International Market Place

, 2330 Kalakaua Ave. • 808-225-4002 • www.bymela.vpweb.com

HONOLULU


Manoa Marketplace

, 2752 Woodlawn Dr. • Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, 6 to 11am • 808-988-0520


Shops at Dole Cannery

• Mondays, 930am to 1230pm; Fridays, 10am to 5pm • 808-375-8764


Blaisdell Center

, 777 Ward Ave. • Wednesdays, 4 to 7pm • 808-848-2074


Makiki Farmers Market

, Corner of Wilder Ave. and Makiki St. • Thursdays, 430 to 730pm • 808-955-7745


Ala Moana Center

, parking deck near Sears • Saturdays, 8am to noon • www.alamoanafarmersmarket.com

2 COMMENTS

  1. […] We personal thank a listen and comment writer to our Podcast for writing a spirited and passionate response to our last Pod cast “LIVING IN HAOLEWOOD” because we know this is a touchy subject for many. We hit on the weather here in Hawaii which has been sunny one minute and Rainy the next…but the best thing about this wacky weather are the Rainbows and Double Rainbows that we happen to catch in front of Koko Crater this week…Rainbows and even double rainbows can be seen daily here in Hawaii, but where they show up is what makes it special, almost as if you are in a SPIRITUAL TRANCE as we had been when we saw the double Rainbow in front and below the Volcanic Crater rim of Koko…VERY RARE and another AMAZING reason why we are so LUCKY WE LIVE HAWAII! Considering this podcast this week is mainly about making ends meet here in Hawaii we touch on some GREAT Farmers Markets which are essential if you intend to survive the Sticker Shock of food prices here…You need to buy LOCAL from local Farmers, NOT major food chains…This just isn’t cheaper for you, it’s better for the local economy, for the Farmers and you KNOW you are getting Organic Pure Produce which is one of the reasons why those who live here are happier and healthier, so if visiting or now living here check out the link to find the best Farmers Markets around: https://www.hawaii-aloha.com/blog/2013/05/10/oahu-farmers-markets/ […]

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