Grown on Maui Farmers Market - February 8 - Kaanapali Resort
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Grown on Maui Farmers Market – February 8

There’s no better way to experience Maui’s incredible cultural diversity than to peruse our local farmers culinary bounties at this Saturday’s Grown on Maui Farmers Market. Farmers Market For those seeking to indulge in Maui’s locally grown goods, join us 7:30am–11:30am on February 8th at Whalers Village Fine Shops and Restaurants, where local farmers travel from around Maui to offer a variety of goods that will enhance your taste for the islands. Soap Maui farms produce fragrant coffee, native taro, fresh vegetables, colorful flowers, exotic fruits, sweet Maui Kula® onions, landscape greens, sugar cane, pineapples, seed crops, grass-fed beef, even seafood. Here is a sneak peak at the of the farms & vendors you can sample under the Maui sun during Saturdays oceanside market:

The Neighborhood Farm
Grown on Maui Fruits & Vegetables from Kula Farmers
Pizza Guy
Ono Farms
Eat and live healthy while supporting Maui’s local farmers and the Maui County Farm Bureau, a grassroots 501c (5) organization of farms and ranch families, agricultural industries, and associated organizations dedicated to supporting agriculture on Maui.
*Grown on Maui Farmers Market is presented by Kaanapali Beach Resort in partnership with the Maui County Farm Bureau and Whalers Village Fine Shops & Restaurants.

Our hearts are with our Maui and Lahaina ‘ohana as our island continues to rebuild. As West Maui opens following the devastating wildfires, our restaurants, shops, hotels, resorts, condos, and activity partners welcome you with aloha.

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