Honolulu Farmer's Market is open every Wednesday, 4-7 p.m., at the Neal Blaisdell Center's parking area/lawn. This market is produced and sponsored by Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation, with a focus on promoting produce that is locally-grown. We feature over 30 vendors weekly: local family farms, street food vendors, and food artisans.

Special things you'll find at our market: tropical fruits, asian specialty and other veggies, local honey and honey products, pasture-raised beef, fresh specialty butters and cheeses from a local dairy, seaweeds and abalone from local aquaculture farms, artisan baked goods, orchids and other tropical ornamentals, Hawaiian food, gourmet plate lunches, bentos, Kona and Ka'u coffee, and good vibes.

Listing last updated on Jul 24, 2009


Ho Farms is a family-owned and operated farm located in the North Shore of O'ahu that focuses in growing a variety of grape tomatoes and asian specialty vegetables like a variety of squash and the most beautiful long beans for market. Their squash and long beans are highly prized by cooks versed in or interested in pan-asian cuisine.

The Ho family is also instrumental in supporting fellow family farms, sharing resources and helping new farm stay in business and get into markets.


Schedule and Location:

Open every Wednesday, 4-7 p.m., at the Neal Blaisdell Center's parking area/lawn.


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Fresh produce doesn't mean that it is GMO free. Monsanto is so prevalent on the Islands that it is destroying our food source. I'd love to support locally grown food if I am guaranteed that it is organic, labeled and not tainted by Monsanto seeds and pesticides.... [more]


Local Hawaii farmers can not compete price-wise with mainland grown produce despite the shipping costs to get mainland produce into Hawaii's stores.

Land cost (leases), water cost, labor plus fuel costs to run the farm are all much much greater here in Hawaii as opposed to corporate thousand acre mainland farms.... [more]


I was hoping since the produce was local that it would be less expensive compared to supermarket prices, but they weren't and alot of the produce are not organic.... [more]

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