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Isle produce found in jars of pickles, preserves

By Joan Namkoong

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 20, 2012

~~<p>More island-grown fruits and vegetables are available than what you see at farmers markets and in the produce section of super&shy;mar&shy;kets. Value-added products like fruit preserves and pickled vegetables are often made with local produce. Take, for example, kim chee.</p>
<p>Several brands of kim chee use won bok, cucumber, head cabbage and radishes grown on Oahu. These include Halm's, Kohala, Kewalo, Sweet Charley, Man Nani, A-1 and High Max, all of them made by Halm's Enterprises, which has consolidated production of all these one-time family labels.</p>
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More island-grown fruits and vegetables are available than what you see at farmers markets and in the produce section of super­mar­kets. Value-added products like fruit preserves and pickled vegetables are often made with local produce. Take, for example, kim chee.

Several brands of kim chee use won bok, cucumber, head cabbage and radishes grown on Oahu. These include Halm's, Kohala, Kewalo, Sweet Charley, Man Nani, A-1 and High Max, all of them made by Halm's Enterprises, which has consolidated production of all these one-time family labels. Login for more...



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