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INGREDIENT FEATURE

Hawaiian Acai

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çai is a marble sized berry that blossoms in purple clusters on a tall, narrow palm tree. It

great in smoothies and other frozen treats.

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Pioneering Acai in Hawaii

Normally, you would only find this tropical super-fruit over 7,000 miles from Hawaii. It is native to Brazil and only grows in regions near the equator.

We proudly introduce to you Hawaiian Acai, locally grown, processed, and served on our family farm!

First Harvest

In 2008, we planted our first Açaí seed. Eight years passed before they produced a single yield.

In 2016, we were one of the first farms in the country growing Acai. With no peers to look to, our founders, Kylie and Judah, pioneered a ‘small batch’, handcrafted extracting process.

AÇAÍ BERRY TIDBIT

Surprisingly, the berry mainly consists of a seed! The deep violet skin retains remarkable nutritional qualities and has proven quite stubborn to extract - making each harvest a true treasure.

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Freshness is Guaranteed

Traditionally, most Açai consumed in the U.S. is harvested on riverbanks in the Amazon forest, then sent on boats to the nearest processing facility. The health benefits of the berry diminish rapidly within 24 hours after harvesting.

To ensure the highest quality, at Kahuku Farms we wash and process immediately after picking the fruit—promising you the freshest Açai you’ve ever tasted.

Our Unique Acai Bowl Recipe

After a year of exploring dozens of toppings, textures, and flavors, the first Açaí bowl made with 100% Hawaiian Açaí berries was born. We thought it best to keep it simple and stick to fresh, local ingredients.

THE KAHUKU FARMS ACAI BOWL FEATURES:

Farm Grown Hawaiian Acai, Apple Banana, Mixed Berries, Haupia, Soy Milk, Agave. Topped with Granola, Apple Banana, Liliko’i Butter, Graham-Mac Nut Crumble

ACAI BOWL FOR TWO, PLEASE!

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TRY IT FOR YOURSELF AT THE FARM CAFE

Our menu features ingredients exclusively from Our Farm and neighboring local farms.