Chez Marquis Farm is a small farm situated in Holualoa near the top of the fertile Keopu ahupua’a, at an elevation of 2,200 feet. In 2000, proprietor Steve Marquis began growing food with his wife Linda for their personal consumption, and gradually expanded production to supply vegetables and fruits to the local community. Steve oversees the production of many varieties of figs, succulent lemons, limes, and oranges, as well as several different types of bananas.
Holualoa Organic broke ground in 2005 on 16 acres in Holualoa, at an elevation of 900-1,000 feet. Run by Rob and Amy Alexander, Holualoa Organic specializes in arugula, tatsoi, mustards, rainbow carrots, turnips and Heirloom tomatoes, and now maintains 30 raised beds, a 28x72 foot greenhouse, four acres of coffee, four acres of native Hawaiian plants, fruit and spice trees, and two and a half acres of pasture land for their eventual dairy.
Lehualani Farm is owned and tended by Josh and Kelly Brownell. Situated in Hawaii Ocean View Estates at 2800 feet of elevation, their subtropical all-organic farm produces beautiful rainbow lettuces. We look forward to their impending harvests of basil, poha berry, naranjillo and other tree fruits.
Adaptations is a long-time purveyor of organic produce that serves island restaurants and kitchens by networking with farmers and chefs. Maureen and Tane Datta are some of the original root stock in the island’s organic food movement, and much of the success of Hawaii's sustainable farming community is owed to their vision and perseverance throughout the years.
Buddha's Cup Estate Grown 100% Kona Coffee is committed to producing a pleasing, aesthetic coffee that is cared for with great pride and concern for quality and consistency. Holuakoa Gardens & Cafe exclusively serves Buddha's Cup Coffee.
Mahalo nui loa to these local Holualoa farms -and our island wide co-producers- for providing us with the freshest organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants and specialty foods.