Introducing our NEW retail packs of Hawai‘i-grown breadfruit!
Peeled, cored, steamed, and frozen for your convenience year-round.
Now available at these retailers:
Hoku Foods Natural Market, Kapaʻa
Papayas Natural Foods, Kapaʻa
Down to Earth (Honolulu, Kailua, Kapolei, Aiea, and Ward)
Farm Link Hawai‘i
Down to Earth, Kahului
Sust‘āinable Molokai Mobile Market
Pine Isle Market, Lanai City
Adaptations CSA, Kealakekua
Choicemart, Captain Cook
Da Bus Mobile Market, The Food Basket
Healthways II, Waimea
Island Naturals (All locations)
Kohala Grown Market, Hawi
KTA Super Stores (Kona, Puainako, Downtown Hilo, Waimea, Keauhou, Waikaloa)
Locavore Store, Hilo
Request our product to be sold at your favorite retailer!
Call or email your retailer to carry our new ‘ulu retail packs and have them contact us.
What can ‘ulu do?
Use ‘ulu as a substitute for potatoes in virtually any recipe. Dice and use in salads, stews, and stir-frys. Mash and serve like mashed potatoes or fry up as patties. Cut into wedges or strips and make delicious ‘ulu fries, or slice thin to make ‘ulu chips. Think of ‘ulu like a locally grown potato substitute that’s healthier for you and the planet!
For more ‘ulu recipes visit our Recipes page.
Soon you’ll be asking yourself, “What can’t ‘ulu do?”
Our bags are recyclable!
We are proud to partner with Savor Brands and Terracycle to offer complete recycling of our retail packaging. Just return your used bags to us and we’ll keep them out of the landfill. Plus you’ll receive a free sticker as our way of saying mahalo!
Mailing address: Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative, 79-1017 E Honalo Rd, Kailua-Kona, HI 96704
Donʻt forget to include your return address! Contact us for facility drop off locations and times.
At the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative, we believe that ‘ulu is an important part of Hawai‘i’s food future. From our farmers’ ‘ulu trees to your table, we are committed to making this delicious, sustainable, nutritious, and versatile starch convenient and readily available to the generations of today and tomorrow. By growing and sharing a canoe crop that has fed the islands for over a thousand years, we perpetuate Hawai‘i’s rich cultural heritage while also helping to sequester carbon and regenerate our ‘āina. Every purchase directly supports the 100 local farm families that make up our co-op, keeps dollars in our local economy, and contributes to a healthier, more resilient Hawai‘i nei. Mahalo for joining the rev‘ULUtion!
Now available on our online shop!
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