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Hawai’i Seed Growers Network

Hawaii

Vendor Information

The Hawai’i Seed Growers Network is looking for experienced seed growers to join their Network and provide quality locally produced seed for the Networkʻs Online Marketplace. They request that growers are able to produce a minimum of 1000 seeds of the varieties currently offered through the Marketplace or, when introducing new varieties, request production of a minimum of 3000 seeds. Contact: Jay Boost  jbost@hawaii.edu for a New Seed Grower Application or with questions.

Malama Kauai CSA Program

Kauai

Vendor Information

Malama Kauai currently offers produce bags and bread for purchase as part of their CSA model, and if looking to add proteins and value added products soon. If you are a value-added product maker and are interested in participating, fill out the following form.

Maui Hub

Maui

Vendor Information

Maui Hub is a nonprofit community-based organization that provides local fresh affordable produce to low income residents, food banks, and community kitchens. Producers deliver their products on Thursdays with an invoice of their goods and will be paid on the spot. To learn more about the program and eligible produce, click here.

East Hawaii Farm-to-Car Program

Hawaii

Vendor Information

Hilo Country Farm Bureau invites producers to participate in their new East Hawaii Farm-to-Car Program. Consumers will be able to shop for local produce, meats, eggs, cheeses, baked goods, and value added products online, and pick up their order at a drive-thru market at the Puna Hongwanji Mission in Kea’au. Interested food producers should fill out this short form.

Farm to Car Online Store: New Opening

Oahu

Vendor Information

In partnership with the C&C of Honolulu, the Hawaii Farm Bureau is excited to reopen their Farm to Car program! The store opens online every Sunday at noon, and after receiving 300 orders, will close by Wednesday. Customers can pickup their orders on Saturdays from 9am - noon. To register as a producer, click here.

Hamakua Harvest

Hawaii

Vendor Information

Hamakua Harvest is looking for interested farmers, ranchers, food producers, and other vendors for their weekly farmers market on Sundays in Honoka’a.

Malama Virtual Farmers Market

Kauai

Vendor Information

Malama Virtual Farmers Market provides free deliveries of local produce and products. Customers can shop 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and can purchase produce, baked goods, chocolate, meat and seafood.

Statewide Food: Resources and Needs

Statewide

Vendor Information

This community-sourced document lists food needs and resources throughout the state in an effort to connect those looking for food with those who are looking to sell.

Pop-Up Mākeke Accepting Applications

Hawaii

Vendor Information

Pop-Up Mākeke is returning to serve Hawaiʻi businesses and customers around the world. The last two seasons injected more than $2 million into pockets of small businesses and sold over 100,000 Hawaii based products. With a customer base in thetens of thousands from around the world, and new partnerships with Amazon and Shopify,the Pop-Up platform is raising the bar even higher this time around! If you are interested inbeing a vendor with Pop-Up Mākeke, apply now as the launch will be in late spring.

Hawaii Farm Bureau's Farm to Food Program

Oahu

Vendor Information

The Farm to Food Program is sponsored by the City & County of Honolulu to help provide free meals to Oahu residents in need while supplying farmers and ranchers with new markets for their locally grown produce and proteins. If you are interested in selling your locally grown product to the Farm to Food program, fill out the form below.

Waimea Farmers Market on Kauai Accepting Vendors

Kauai

Vendor Information

Waimea Farmers Market on Thursdays from 3:30-5:30 pm is accepting new vendors. Booths are free. The Waimea Farmers Market is the only market on island accepting SNAP/EBT and Da Bus Double Up Food Bucks. If interested, email Fanny at halepunakauai@gmail.com.

Farm to Food Nonprofit Program

Oahu

Vendor Information

The HFB will be purchasing locally grown food to provide to communities in need. Neighbor island produce and proteins may participate if purchased from an Oahu based distributor. HFB needs information on products that are available immediately, so please fill out this form if interested!

Hawaiiverse

Statewide

Vendor Information

The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii has launched Hawaiiverse to support local businesses through compiling coupons and giveaways offered by local businesses. It is a free platform for both businesses and users, and all businesses and nonprofits statewide can participate. To sign up, click here. To view the site, click here.

Foodland Seeking Produce and Products

Statewide

Vendor Information

Foodland hopes to support local farmers by purchasing the supply of food produced until the demand resumes and/or by facilitating food distribution. The goal is to minimize the need to import food. Complete the following form to inquire about sales opportunities.

Da Box

Hawaii

Vendor Information

Da Box is a community supported agriculture program that purchases local produce to sell to customers island-wide. Da Box is not currently accepting new customer sign-ups but interested customers may call to be placed on a wait list.

Farm Link Hawaii

Oahu

Vendor Information

Farm Link Hawaii is an online marketplace and distribution service to sell local produce, meat, and processed foods. They have one 16-ft refrigerated delivery van and cold storage remote hubs in Hale‘iwa, Ka‘a‘awa, Waimānalo, and Waianae.

Farm-to-state program seeks interested suppliers

Statewide

Vendor Information

The Hawaii Department of Agriculture invites agricultural producers to share product availability information with state-operated institutional partners, such as schools and hospitals, to prepare for procurement of local agricultural products. The interest form can be completed online.

WUSATA 2021 Virtual Buyer Meetings: SE Asia

Statewide

Vendor Information

Virtual Buyer Meetings: SE Asia provides opportunities for companies to meet one-on-one with importers/distributors and retailers from Southeast Asia interested in U.S. food products. This opportunity will allow companies to gather current market intelligence, consumer preference, and trend information, as well as evaluate how their product fits into the marketplace and competitive landscape. Meetings will be held on March 23-25 between 4-6 pm.

Back on the Wave

Oahu

Vendor Information

The C&C of Honolulu’s Office of Economic Revitalization is launching a Get Back on the Wave campaign to help consumers feel more confident shopping, dining, and doing everyday activities. To be included on this directory, Oahu businesses are invited to let customers know about their safety practices through a short educational safety assessment. All businesses that participate will receive a package of free PPE and a Back on the Wave sign.

One-on-One WUSATA Overview Consultations

Nationwide

Vendor Information

WUSATA, an organization that aims to increase US exports by connecting agribusinesses to the world, is offering free hour-long sessions for businesses to learn more about their Global Connect, FundMatch, and Export Education programs. This is a great opportunity for businesses looking to export their products internationally.

Register Your Products with Hawaii Agriculture & Food Products

Statewide

Vendor Information

HDOA maintains a list of Hawaii vendors and products. If any purchase inquiries come their way, HDOA directs interested buyers to this directory. Mana Up, a company that supports products rooted in Hawaii, uses HDOA’s site to source the ingredients that they need, so if you are looking for buyers for your agricultural products, make sure to register your products on the website. Click here to see ingredients that some companies said they wish they could source in Hawaii!

Hawaii Farm Bureau’s Farm to Car Program

Oahu

Vendor Information

Hawaii Farm Bureau offers drive-thru farmers markets in order to provide fresh, locally-grown produce to customers while supporting hard-working farmers. Customers can order produce online and pick it up at Blaisdell or Windward Mall. While some farmers’ markets are closed, there is still an opportunity for farmers and ranchers to sell directly to consumers.

Additional USDA Food Purchase Plans

Statewide

Vendor Information

The USDA and AMS purchases a variety of domestically produced and processed commodity food products from approved USDA vendors. To learn more, click here. For instructions on how to become an approved vendor, click here.

Good Clean Food Hawaii

Oahu

Vendor Information

Good Clean Food Hawaii provides island wide production and distribution of Meal Prep services, which includes but is not limited to sourcing, prepping, cooking, packing, delivering/logistics, and cusomter servicing. They offer contactless door-to-door meal prep delivery. They own a full size, certified kitchen in Kailua and two refrigerated delivery vans.