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Food-A-Go-Go to Promote Restaurants Reopening Dine-In Service

Website will list restaurants with new “WE’RE OPEN” designation   Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation (HAF) announced that it will list restaurants reopening for dine-in service with a new “We’re Open” designation on its FoodAGoGo.org website, starting with the counties of Hawaiʻi, Kauaʻi and Maui, which are allowing restaurants to open today. Food-A-Go-Go is a community initiative by HAF, providing the general public with the latest up-to-date information on restaurants amid the COVID-19...

Your Restaurant Social Media Guide from Food-A-Go-Go

With take-out and delivery being the main channel for delivery since the Coronavirus pandemic, establishing a digital presence and building a virtual community around a restaurant brand will be more important.  Here is a basic guide of how to get started or improve your optimizing your current account!   Starting an account Make your profile public and sign up for an Instagram business account. Make your handle (Instagram name @xyz) recognizable. Include your website link in your bio with...

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FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Hawaii ‘Ulu Cooperative

With a mission to revitalize breadfruit, or ulu, Hawaii Ulu Cooperative helps aggregate and distribute the fruit to the island community. “From an environmental standpoint and a social standpoint, it’s awesome,” explained general manager Dana Shapiro. One of the most sustainable starches on Earth, ulu is an indigenous staple and perpetuates the Hawaiian culture and native Hawaiian history.

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Maui Kuia Estate Chocolate

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Maui Kuia Estate Chocolate

Highlighting the unique features of the Maui and Ecuadorian cacao beans, Maui Kuia Estate Chocolate grows the highest quality beans to create delicious and locally-inspired chocolate. “We started the factory on the proposition that we’re giving the net profit back to the community,” explained owner Gunars Valkirs regarding Maui Kuia Estate Chocolate’s mission.

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Keiki & Plow

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Keiki & Plow

Keiki and Plow works to “inspire health, empower children, and grow community through sustainable agriculture.” Executive Director Heather Mohr explained that she has a “lifelong passion of advocating for the health and wellbeing of children and the greater community,” which she is fulfilling through a large community and educational outreach with Keiki and Plow.

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Yogarden Hawaii

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Yogarden Hawaii

Balancing regenerative, organic farming and connecting with the community, Yogarden Hawaii is cultivating their new four acre land in Waimanalo, Oahu with hundreds of beautiful fruit trees and more. “Our mission is to bring the community together to support a healthy, sustainable lifestyle,” said co-owner Kelly Stern, who works with her partner, Paul Izak, to accomplish this goal.

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Barking Deer Farm

FOOD-A-GO-GO FARMS FEATURED BUSINESS: Barking Deer Farm

Located on the island of Molokai, Barking Deer Farm is a small family operated farm that has a mission and mindset of “growing healthy soil in order to grow really healthy vegetables,” explained owner Jamie Ronzello, who spent over a year cover-cropping and composting before planting anything to ensure the soil was of the highest quality.

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