The Kauai Grown program promotes our locally grown agricultural products and recognizes the farmers, ranchers, retailers, and restaurants that bring these products to the consumer. Our goal is to help identify Kauai Grown products and experiences, and to capture what makes these products and experiences special – the people and fresh ingredients behind the products, and the diverse choices that are unique to Kauai. kauaigrown.org
Paul and Jude Huber grow the best Sugarloaf Pineapple in the world. Paul has a fruit science background and Jude has been farming all over Hawaii since the 70’s. Together they tend to 38 acres of rich red volcanic soil in Moloa’a called Hole in the Mountain Farm. Kauaʻi Sugarloaf is an exotic variety with a flavorful creamy white-flesh. It is unusually sweet with low acid and a soft edible core.kauaisugarloaf.com
Located in beautiful Kilauea, Kauai Fresh Farms supplies the island with the freshest, best-tasting produce possible. Residents Bill and Joan Porter run the farm, growing lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers since 2007 with state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouses. kauaifreshfarms.com
Established in 1998, Moloaa Bay Coffee Co. is a family-run farm on the North Shore of Kaua‘i. Located above Moloaa Bay on former sugar/pineapple plantation fields and papaya farms, we have approximately 4,000 arabica coffee trees growing on 15 acres of land, along with citrus, banana, ulu (breadfruit) and cacao trees. moloaabaycoffee.com
Overlooking the Pacific on the Westside of Kauai, this petite farm by Phillip and Katy Zeidner is home to hundreds of Haden mangoes, Myers lemons, and Tahitian lime trees. These fruit orchards date back to the 1950’s when they were once part of the historic Mc Bryde plantations.