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Tourists and locals alike enjoying all of the vendors

Visit a Farmer’s Market!

Take a break from eating out at restaurants while on vacation and visit the KCC Farmer’s Market for some of the freshest food on the island. Here you can try a variety of fruits and vegetables unique to Hawaii all while supporting local farmers! This Farmer’s Market boasts a variety of vendors from all over Oahu and the neighboring islands.

Expect more than just fruits and veggies though, here you can find local honey, coffee beans, teas, nuts, and chocolates. Several merchants also offer homemade breads, pastries, and all kinds of jams, jellies, salsas, and butters. You can also purchase a variety of plants and flowers as well as organic skincare and natural, nontoxic sunscreen (which is great for marine life).

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So many beautiful plants, succulents, and flowers, it’s hard to choose just one!

Cool down from the heat with a fresh squeezed fruit juice or a jar of tropical flavored lemonade! If you get hungry while browsing the farmers’ booths don’t worry; there are plenty of food vendors all serving up delicious grinds made with local ingredients. You can find something tasty for even the pickiest eater: burgers, Thai, poke, Asian fusion, pizza, crepes, plate lunches… even vegan options are available! Don’t forget dessert though! Try a homemade cookie, popsicle, or a chocolate covered apple banana.

The KCC Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 7:30am-11:00am at the Kapiolani Community College Campus in parking lot C and is easily accessible by bus or trolley from Waikiki.

Kapiolani Community College
23303 Diamond Head Rd Honolulu, HI 96816.

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