Hawaiian Foods Week

Hawaiian cuisine is one of my favorite dishes globally, and I’m a massive fan of its natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes.

During June 12-18 this year, Hawaiian Foods Week will be celebrated.

The goal of Hawaiian Foods Week is to introduce you to some of the best and most delectable Hawaiian cuisines.

Make-your-own Hawaiian food brings a tiny piece of paradise into your kitchen and dining room, even if you can’t constantly be on the islands.

Throughout this post, I will teach you how to incorporate some of Hawaii’s best produce into your feasts.

I’ll be sharing a dish with you that incorporates some of these ingredients in the coming days.

King’s Hawaiian, Dole, SPAM®, Mauna Loa, and Kona Brewing Company are just a few of Hawaii’s fantastic food and beverage companies.

King’s Hawaiian’s

Aloha Spirit has always been a part of King’s Hawaiian’s mission since it was created in Hawaii more than 60 years ago.

Their Original Sweet Pineapple BBQ Sauce is one of my favorite condiments.

Hawaiian dishes may be found on their website, http://www.kingshawaiian.com/.


Dole has been a household name for decades.

Consumers benefit from the availability of healthful, nutrient-dense food.

Dole Packaged Foods, for example, make it easy and convenient to eat more fruits and vegetables.

To learn more about Dole’s goods and recipes, visit their website at http://www.dole.com/.


SPAM® products are so popular in Hawaii that they have almost become the state’s delicacy.

SPAM® Classic is manufactured of pork, ham, salt, water, potato starch, sugar, and sodium nitrite.

To prepare fried rice, sushi, brunch, spaghetti, and more, you can use SPAM® as a topping.

More recipes can be found on Spam’s website, http://www.spam.com/.


Mauna Loa macadamia nuts are my favorite from Hawaii, and they’re the best I’ve ever had.

The company’s products can be purchased through all major retail channels in the United States.

In addition to the standard dry-roasted varieties, there are also flavored varieties such as Maui Onion Garlic and Honey Roasted macadamia nuts.

For additional information, visit https://www.maunaloa.com/.


Beer is an essential part of the ALOHA spirit.

Craft beer drinkers in the United States and worldwide have come to expect “Liquid Aloha” from Kona Brewing Co.

With various beers to suit a variety of palates and preferences, Kona Brewing is a world-renowned craft beer company.

Longboard Island Lager and Big Wave Golden Ale are two of my personal faves.

Please see their website at http://konabrewingco.com/ (in English) for more information.

Keep an eye out for a fantastic Hawaiian-inspired recipe I’ll be posting soon!

On behalf of King’s Hawaiian, I’m conducting an interview to discuss their products and services. All of the words and ideas expressed here are all mine.

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