If you’re looking for a natural, local food that’s good for you, good for the environment, and available for you to enjoy year-round, get to know ‘ulu (breadfruit): an original Hawaiian canoe crop that has nourished Pacific Islanders for millennia and can be prepared in a variety of delicious, creative ways.
We process our fruit into steamed-frozen ‘ulu fries, slices, dices, mash, and quarters—so you donʻt have to! Our ‘Ulu Lā line of ‘ulu hummus and ‘ulu chocolate mousse are ready to eat and perfect for parties, family gatherings, or a quick ‘ono snack.
Many of our customers have asked us about other minimally processed local crops, so we’re excited to offer “co-crops” that grow well with ‘ulu in diversified agroforestry environments. Now you have even more ways to support Hawai‘i’s farmers, the ‘āina, and local food security while adding more high-quality, nutritious, and delicious local produce to your menu!
Bake it. Dice it. Chip it. Mash it.
Browse our tested recipes for everything from appetizers and main courses to side dishes and desserts. Soon you’ll be asking yourself: what can’t ‘ulu do?
Farmer owned, ‘āina grown
Our member farmers are committed to nurturing the health of our customers and the ‘āina by using regenerative agroforestry methods to produce ‘ulu safely and naturally. Find out how to join the co-op or sell your extra ‘ulu directly to us.