Oahu Farmers Market Guide

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Get It Local At Your Oahu Farmers Market

“The quest for slowness, which begins as a simple rebellion against the impoverishment of taste in our lives, makes it possible to rediscover taste.” – Carlo Petrini, founder of the International Slow Food Movement

Local Farmers MarketsEating food that is grown responsibly from your local bio-region does wonders for the environment, your community, and yourself.   The benefits we receive from vibrant healthy happy food continue to reveal themselves the longer we participate in the local food community & movement.

Use your Oahu farmers' market locations to continue to build the local food movement & support those farmers.  If you have the time strike up conversation with your farmers, get to know them & how your food arrives to the market.

Hawaii, unfortunately, imports a shocking level of its food.  Finding organic, or beyond organic, food can be challenging at times.  Visit our Farmers Market Hawaii page for some tips on seeking out local producers.

Ewa Beach

Mahiku Farmers Market Water Front At Pu'uloa

Mahiku Farmers Market FB Page

Wednesday - 3pm - 7pm

5105 Iriquios Ave

Mahiku Farmers Market invites you to experience the variety of fresh and unique products offered by local farmers, growers, artisans, and food purveyors.  Listed below are some of the reasons for this as well as some of the goals of the Mahiku Farmers Market:
  • Farmers Markets provide a connection to farm and country life.
  • Farmers Markets provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who produced the food.
  • Farmers Markets support small family farms whose continued existence depends on selling directly to the consumer .
  • Farmers Markets provide community access to fresh from the farm produce.
  • Farmers Markets provide an open-air market where people meet to visit with friends and neighbors.
  • To create a new income opportunity for area growers and craftspeople.
  • To offer consumers high-quality farm-fresh products and local craft work at a convenient location.
  • To strengthen ties within our community.

HonoluluTropical fruit at a local Oahu farmers market

Kapiolani Community College Farmers’ Market

Saturdays, 7:30 – 11 am

4303 Diamond Head Road

808-848-1921

Mahiku Farmers Market at King’s Village

Mahiku Farmers' Market FB Page

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday, 4 -9 pm

131 Kaiulani Ave
808-225-4002

Mahiku Farmers Market invites you to experience the variety of fresh and unique products offered by local farmers, growers, artisans, and food purveyors.  Listed below are some of the reasons for this as well as some of the goals of the Mahiku Farmers Market:
  • Farmers Markets provide a connection to farm and country life.
  • Farmers Markets provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who produced the food.
  • Farmers Markets support small family farms whose continued existence depends on selling directly to the consumer .
  • Farmers Markets provide community access to fresh from the farm produce.
  • Farmers Markets provide an open-air market where people meet to visit with friends and neighbors.
  • To create a new income opportunity for area growers and craftspeople.
  • To offer consumers high-quality farm-fresh products and local craft work at a convenient location.
  • To strengthen ties within our community.

Mahiku Farmers' Market at the International Market Place

Mahiku Farmers' Market FB Page

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4 – 8 pm

2330 Kalakaua Ave
808-225-4002

Mahiku Farmers Market invites you to experience the variety of fresh and unique products offered by local farmers, growers, artisans, and food purveyors.  Listed below are some of the reasons for this as well as some of the goals of the Mahiku Farmers Market:
  • Farmers Markets provide a connection to farm and country life.
  • Farmers Markets provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who produced the food.
  • Farmers Markets support small family farms whose continued existence depends on selling directly to the consumer .
  • Farmers Markets provide community access to fresh from the farm produce.
  • Farmers Markets provide an open-air market where people meet to visit with friends and neighbors.
  • To create a new income opportunity for area growers and craftspeople.
  • To offer consumers high-quality farm-fresh products and local craft work at a convenient location.
  • To strengthen ties within our community.

Kaka' ako Farmers’ Market

Kaka' ako Farmers' Market FB Page

Saturdays, 8 am – 12 pm

1240 Ala Moana
808-388-9696
KakaakoFarmersMarket@gmail.com

Kaka‘ako Farmers’ Market is located in the heart of Honolulu’s hippest neighborhood, and brings the abundance of the country into the heart of the city. Plenty of fresh locally-grown fruits and vegetables, as well as delicious treats and eats line the market aisle. Stroll through the market and see the abundance that our island has to offer! KFM is conveniently located at the Ward Warehouse, diagonal to Ward Movie Theatre. Plenty of free parking at the Ward Center. Saturdays, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon, rain or shine… tsunami, maybe not.

Pearlridge Farmers' Market

Oahu Farmers MarketsPearlridge Farmers' Market FB Page

Saturday 8am - Noon

Pearlridge Center/Downtown; corner of Kamehameha Hwy & Pali Momi St
98-1005 Moanalua Road, Aiea

808-388-9696

PearlridgeFarmersMarket@Gmail.com

Pearlridge Farmers’ Market is conveniently nestled in the heart of West Oahu at the Pearlridge Center. This vibrant market boasts a family friendly atmosphere where the community can gather weekly to find all of its’ favorite locally-grown in-season fruits and vegetables, then pick up some delicious prepared food to enjoy in the covered café while relaxing and listening to live music. Saturdays, 8 am – 12 noon, rain or shine… tsunami, maybe not.

Honolulu Farmers’ Market

Guy with large baskets of fruit, ocean and mountains in the back - Oahu Farmers Market

Wednesdays, 4 – 7 pm

777 Ward Ave
808-848-1921

North Shore

Hale 'Iwa Farmers' Market

Hale 'Iwa Farmers' Market FB page

Thursdays 3pm to 7pm

Oahu Farmers Market59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa

808-388-9696

HaleiwaFarmersMarket@gmail.com

Since April 2009 this market has been a fun community gathering-place reflective of the uniqueness of the North Shore. Every week locals and visitors alike gather to celebrate and to fill up on fresh locally grown produce, listen to live music, watch the kids make free arts & crafts, and soak up the North Shore vibe. Thursdays 3:00-7:00, rain or shine… tsunami, maybe not.

North Shore Country Market

North Shore Country Market FB Page

Saturdays, 8 am – 2 pm

59-360 Kamehameha Hwy
808-673-3296

Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers, Baked Goods, Crafts & Food!
The North Shore Country market is a great place to gather, get fresh produce, and shop for your gift items. In addition to supporting the local economy, fresher food from local sources tastes better, has more nutrients, and contributes to the total health of the community.
Every Saturday from 8am to 2pm on the North Shore of Oahu at Sunset Elementary School, across from Pipeline.

Windward Oahu (East side of Oahu)

Kailua Town Farmers’ Market

Oahu Farmers MarketsKailua Town Farmers' Market FB Page

Sundays 8:30am - Noon

315 Kuulei RD
(808) 388-9696

KailuaTownFarmersMarket@gmail.com

KailuaTown Farmers’ Market is situated in the heart of one of the islands most charming communities. Enjoy a lazy Sunday morning wandering the aisles for the freshest island fruits and vegetables, delicious prepared foods and artistic treats. Relax in the open-air café while listening to live music, share pastry fresh out of the oven, sip Hawaii Grown coffee, and enjoy the island vibe. Sundays, 8:30 am – 12 noon, rain or shine… tsunami, maybe not.

Mahiku Farmers' Market Benjamin Parker School

Mahiku Farmers' Market FB Page

45-259 Waikalua Road, Kaneohe

Saturday 8am - 2pm

Mahiku Farmers Market invites you to experience the variety of fresh and unique products offered by local farmers, growers, artisans, and food purveyors.  Listed below are some of the reasons for this as well as some of the goals of the Mahiku Farmers Market:
  • Farmers Markets provide a connection to farm and country life.
  • Farmers Markets provide an opportunity for the customer to talk directly with the farmer who produced the food.
  • Farmers Markets support small family farms whose continued existence depends on selling directly to the consumer .
  • Farmers Markets provide community access to fresh from the farm produce.
  • Farmers Markets provide an open-air market where people meet to visit with friends and neighbors.
  • To create a new income opportunity for area growers and craftspeople.
  • To offer consumers high-quality farm-fresh products and local craft work at a convenient location.
  • To strengthen ties within our community.

Windward Mall Farmers MarketPeople walking around a local Oahu farmers market

Wednesdays, 2:30 pm – 7:30 pm & Sunday 9:45am - 2:00pm

46-056 Kamehameha Highway
808-235-1143

Every Wednesday and Sunday, Windward Mall hosts a local farmers market, featuring fresh produce, beautiful flowers, culinary treats and other unique local products including Kettle Corn, honey, tropical flavored jellies and jams, freshly baked breads, pastries and desserts, seafood including smoked fish and slipper lobster tails, gourmet balsamic vinegar as well as oils, dips, sauces, Thai curries and more!  If you haven’t been to this market — it’s a must do!  The farmer’s market has expanded and is now located inside Windward Mall fronting Macy’s on the upper and lower levels, where the weather is always perfect.

If you know of any additional information that should be added to this Oahu Farmers Market guide please contact us.