Hawaii Agricultural Foundation introduces new program for young entrepreneurs
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Oct. 22, 2019
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Kaiser students are participating in the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation's new program, Young Entrepreneurs, in which students create products using local materials. The program requires the group not just to develop products, but a business plan as well, for selling their items Sunday at Keiki in the Kitchen, the Hawai'i Food & Wine Festival's annual family event.
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Kaiser High culinary students make horchata mochi and Mexican tamale pies with teacher Justine Perkins. The students are participating in Hawaii Agricultural Foundations Young Entrepreneurs Program and will sell their food at a family event for the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival.