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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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Featured Producer: Waiahole Garden & Nursery

Featured Producer: Waiahole Garden & Nursery

“Waiahole is such a special place, bursting with ‘Aloha’ and rich in history and agriculture,” said general manager Kathryn Hurd of Waiahole Nursery and Garden Center (WNGC). A family run center, WNGC was founded by Hurd’s mother, Dr. Patricia Dukes with a mission to “provide a nurturing and safe environment to educate our island community and its visitors, on sustainable gardening practices and to provide quality products and services.”

Featured Producer: Eggs Hawaii

Featured Producer: Eggs Hawaii

Grown from a family farm started in 1947, Hawaiian Maid Eggs and Ka Lei Eggs have the highest standards and quality of eggs possible. “It all started with our grandfather, Mankichi Shimabukuro, an immigrant from Okinawa. He came here in 1906 with $10.00, looking for a better life and to raise his family,” said vice president Iris Shimabukuro, explaining the roots that her family has in the islands.

#FoodAGoGoWeek at International Market Place

#FoodAGoGoWeek at International Market Place

International Market Place is home to many local eateries featuring all types of tastes and experiences. A few restaurants located in the marketplace will be participating in Food-A-Go-Go Restaurant Week from April 5-19. Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi, Shorefyre, Mitsuwa, Magnolia Ice Cream & Treats, and Kona Coffee Purveyors will each be offering a unique selection or dish representing the many types of food in the marketplace.

Food-A-Go-Go Feature: XO Restaurant

Food-A-Go-Go Feature: XO Restaurant

With a beautiful ambiance and an abundance of delicious fried chicken, Restaurant XO is always adding new dishes to their diverse menu. Restaurant XO will be participating in Hawaii Agricultural Foundation’s Restaurant Week from April 5-19. They are offering their “XO Favorites Family Style Tasting Menu” for people to try, complete with seven different and creative dishes, including their signature adobo fried chicken and a bunny-shaped butter mochi for dessert.

Food-A-Go-Go Feature: Big City Diner

Food-A-Go-Go Feature: Big City Diner

“Helping the farmers and ranchers is amazing,” said president and owner Lane Muraoka, who partners with HAF often and is excited to help them support the local restaurant industry and HAF’s K-12 agricultural education programs.

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