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ʻUlu chips are created in Honolulu with locally grown ʻulu (breadfruit). This starchy fruit was brought here by the Polynesians hundreds of years ago and has been a staple in the Hawaiian diet ever since. ʻUlu Mana takes this delicious fruit that is high in vitamins and fiber, slices it thin, and cooks it in healthy coconut oil.
Net Weight: 3.5 oz
At House of Mana Up, we feature the unique stories of Hawaiʻi's rising entrepreneurs -- and the premium brands they've built -- so that you can learn more about the makers and artisans behind Hawaiʻi's growing product industry.
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“We’ve heard it so many times,” laughs co-founder Brandon von Damitz. “People tell us ‘Now that we’ve had your coffee, we can’t drink the coffee we used to.’”
Kawika’s holistic approach begins with caring for the bees, which he raises using organic methods at his farm on Hawaiʻi Island. Depending on the season, he’ll take his operation on the road, delivering hives to spots where particular flowers are in bloom.