Growing availability of frozen breadfruit fuels interest in the versatile, nutrient-rich food

When the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative began selling its frozen ulu (breadfruit) on retail shelves on Oahu in February, the idea of eating local was for many a concept, a matter of values and principles.

Now, after worries during the pandemic that the crisis could threaten our imported food supply, the vital importance of “local” has hit home for many residents. Just ask the multitudes who in the past several months have inundated isle farms with orders for food.

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