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Akala, Hawaiian Raspberry, a Rare and Unusual Fruit You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

The Hawaiian raspberry, called akala, breaks the rules of native Hawaiian plants. It’s named for the color of its juice — akala is Hawaiian for pink.

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Deseeding a Pomegranate the Easy Way in a Minute or Less

The tips in this article will help you get through the process of deseeding a pomegranate in a minute or less, so you can finally enjoy this fruit.

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Sustainable Farming Long-term with Non-GMO Hawai’i SEED

It’s important to be aware of what you’re putting in your body. Hawai’i SEED works hard to educate people and farmers about the effects of GMOs.

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Give Your Taste Buds a Workout with the Many Different Hawaiian Banana Varieties

Bananas alone offer over 1,000 varieties to keep culinary dishes interesting. Check out these locally-grown Hawaiian banana varieties.

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Why Food Sustainability in Hawaii is Possible

There are negative environmental effects of shipping food long distances. Shipping nearly everything we consume to Hawaii is not sustainable, nor wise.

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The Love of Mangoes is Keeping Hawaiian Mango Farmers on Their Toes

Farmers all over Hawaii strive to keep healthy mango crops, as it is a very in-demand fruit. Stores and restaurants are always buying mangoes to use for its taste and health benefits. And nothing beats buying fresh mangoes from a vendor. In Hawaii, the mango supply never meets demand.

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Top 10 Healthy Habits from Hawaii Locals for Complete Body Health

Hawaiians strive to live healthy lifestyles. Their healthy habits are what make them feel and look great. If you want to have a healthy lifestyle, these are the people that you should look to for advice. Here are the top 10 healthy habits from the Hawaii locals for complete body health.

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3 Oahu Locally Grown Melons That Will Make Your Taste Buds Sing

Oahu is home to many locally grown melons. These high-quality fruits will feed your sweet tooth and improve your health.

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Why Hawaii is a Grower’s Paradise

This article explains exactly what makes Hawaii a sustainable and rich area to grow not only fruits but plants and trees as well.

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