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Hawaiʻi Food Hub Directory

Discover the Abundant and Sustainable Food Hub Network in Hawaiʻi

Welcome to our Food Hub Directory, a comprehensive listing of food hubs across the Hawaiian Islands. A food hub is a centralized facility that plays a crucial role in connecting local farmers and producers with consumers and markets. These hubs provide essential services such as storage, distribution, and marketing, enabling small-scale and traditional farmers to increase their access to local markets. Discover the diverse network of food hubs throughout Hawaiʻi, each contributing to a more sustainable and vibrant local food system.
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Hawaiʻi's Leading Local Food Distributor
Discover Adaptations Food Hub, Hawaiʻi's premier local food distributor, sourcing a diverse range of unique local products from small and medium-sized farms across Hawaiʻi Island and Maui. Explore their wholesale services, online CSA program, and commitment to sustainable agriculture and community development.
(808) 324-6600
The Food Basket - DA BOX Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): Strengthening Hawaiʻi Islandʻs Food Security
Hawaiʻi Islandʻs sole food bank since 1989. Committed to ending hunger, increasing healthy food access, and supporting local farmers.
(808) 796-3091
Farm Link Hawaiʻi
Online Local Food Marketplace & Delivery Service
Farm Link Hawaiʻi is Hawaiʻi's premier online local food marketplace and delivery service, connecting consumers and businesses with locally produced groceries and accepting SNAP-EBT and Double Up Food Bucks on all deliveries.
(808) 201-5252
Hawaiʻi ʻUlu Cooperative
Revitalizing ʻUlu as a Dietary Staple
Founded in 2016, the Hawaiʻi ʻUlu Cooperative is a leading agricultural producer cooperative dedicated to revitalizing ʻulu (breadfruit) as a viable crop and dietary staple. With over 100 family farmers across Hawaiʻi, they offer consistent, high-quality, and sustainable ʻulu products. Discover how this farmer-owned cooperative strengthens food security and fosters a connection to the land through environmentally responsible production methods.
(808) 322-3064
Hoʻōla Farms - Hilo Food Hub
A Leading Food Hub for East Hawaiʻi's Community
Connecting and supporting Hawaiʻi Island farmers, Hoʻōla Farms plays a crucial role in East Hawaiʻi's community as a food hub. From distributing locally sourced produce to providing shared resources like commercial kitchens, Hoʻōla Farms empowers small-scale farmers and enriches the local food system. Explore today!
(808) 731-6055
Connecting Local Growers with Local Markets in Hawaiʻi
Kahumana is a non-profit organization based in Waianae, Hawaiʻi, working to end local family homelessness, support people with disabilities, and lower Hawaiʻi's reliance on imported food. Established in 1974, Kahumana is now one of the largest food hubs in Hawaiʻi, connecting local growers with diverse markets, including Kamehameha Schools.
(808) 380-2282
Kohala Food Hub
Local Agriculture Champion in North Kohala, Hawaiʻi
Kohala Food Hub is more than a distributor of locally grown food in North Kohala. It's a mission-based project founded and incubated by the Hawaiʻi Institute of Pacific Agriculture (HIP Ag), focused on food security and support for local farmers. From boosting local production to serving vulnerable populations with free, locally grown produce, KFH is dedicated to fostering community, local economy, and sustainable agriculture in Hawi.
(808) 747-3277
Local Harvest
Sustainable Produce Distribution & Fresh Products in Maui
Local Harvest is the heartbeat of Maui's sustainability, with a focus on local produce distribution to stores, restaurants, and homes. Co-founded by Steve, an advocate for global cooperative-based economies, Local Harvest also offers unique products under the Sattvic Kitchen brand and hosts the Napili Farmers Market. Join us in embracing local.
(808) 664-1129
Maui Hub
Bridging Farmers to Consumers for a Sustainable Future
Maui Hub, born out of a response to COVID-19, has evolved into a visionary platform that unites Maui's farmers and consumers. Through an innovative distribution system, it promotes local food production and ensures that even the most vulnerable residents have equitable access to fresh, healthy food. By creating a hyper-local food system, Maui Hub is cultivating an economy that is both sustainable and independent of the tourism industry.
(808) 757-9125
Mālama Kauaʻi
Increasing Local Food Access and Resilience since 2006
Mālama Kauaʻi is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing local food production and accessibility on Kauaʻi. Established in 2006, they pioneered the island's first food hub, offering comprehensive services to retail, commercial, and institutional customers. With a focus on food access and community programs, including SNAP/EBT acceptance and initiatives like Kaukau 4 Keiki, Farm to ECE, and Farm to School, Mālama Kauaʻi connects farmers with a sustainable future while prioritizing low-income support and fostering connections between generations.
(808) 828-0685
O.K. Farms Food Hub
Sustainable Tropical Fruit, CSAs, and Ag Tours in Hawaiʻi
Discover OK Farms, a family-owned sustainable agriculture enterprise in Hawai'i. Explore our wide range of tropical crops, including wholesale tropical fruit distribution, CSA subscriptions, and immersive farm tours with Hawaiʻi Eco Experiences. Join us in supporting local farmers and experiencing the beauty of sustainable farming.
(808) 339-3594
Oahu Fresh
Local Produce Subscription & Community-based Food System
Oahu Fresh connects members to local farmers and artisans in Honolulu. Led by Matt Johnson, it collaborates with 100+ suppliers to nourish Oahu's community.
(808) 476-7550
Roots Cultural Food Hub
Bridging Health & Tradition through Local Produce
Roots Cultural Food Hub in Kalihi champions health through local, organic produce. Supporting 60+ growers, they connect the community via food and tradition.
(808) 791-9400
Sustʻāinable Molokaʻi
Advancing Sustainability and Food Sovereignty
Discover Sustʻāinable Molokaʻi, a nonprofit community development corporation dedicated to restoring Molokaʻi island's legacy of ʻāina momona (abundant land) through responsible, modern sustainability strategies and grassroots community-based efforts. Explore their programs focused on food sovereignty, energy sovereignty, conservation, and community planning. Learn about their Mobile Market, farmer training opportunities, food pantry, and local procurement initiatives that support a resilient food system.
(808) 658-9935