A must-stop on the road to Hāna, our stand is the place to grab local produce, homemade baked goods, Hāna-made souvenirs and locally made food products. Find us right after mile market 31 on the Hāna Highway from Kahului!
FRESH FROM THE BAKERY
AVAILABLE AT THE ROADSIDE STAND
SUPPORTING LOCAL FARMERS
We are proud to provide a space for local entrepreneurs and farmers to sell their products. Find Hāna-made goods, produce, and more at our stand on the road to Hāna. We thank you in advance for shopping local!
Tutu’s Pantry supplies a multitude of products manufactured in Upcountry, Maui, such as seasonings, syrups, jams, and butters. Founded in 2009, Tutu’s Pantry was originally inspired by the pantry of the creator’s grandmother. Find their comfort kitchen staples at our stand to add to your own cupboard.
Hāna Gold, founded in 1978, brings you the best branch-to-bar chocolate on the Hāna coast. Resting amongst the volcanic soil and humid climate of Hāna, their farm grows a unique cacao fruit with a tropical fruit taste. Bring a taste of Hāna back home with you or gift to family and friends with their delicious bars and truffles!
Sacred Essentials is an all-natural body and skincare line. Hāna-made using raw cacao butter and other pure ingredients, their products are pure bliss! Find their body butter, lip balm, essential oil diffusers, and more at our stand.
Not only does this neighboring farm create and deliver beautiful Hawaiian flower arrangements from their farm in Hāna, but they also produce handmade products. Stop by our stand on the road to Hāna to find their moringa soap, ground turmeric, and moringa superfood powder.
HanaHotties brings you hot sauces, spice rubs, and mustard with a tropical kick! Their sauces are made from fruits grown on their farm in Hana and Hawaiian Chili Peppers. Discover their unique and local taste at our stand.
HISTORY OF THE STAND
FROM HUMBLE LOAVES OF BANANA BREAD TO LOCAL MARKETPLACE
In 2006, seven years after our farm was originally purchased, one of our founders decided to start baking banana bread in his toaster oven. He put them out to sell on the Hana Highway roadside and was pleasantly surprised to find them selling out, day after day.
Soon after, the business started to grow, transforming into a pop-up tent selling lemonade and different types of banana bread. Our founders were able to hire employees, make bread, and run the stand.
From there, the stand continued to grow, and our founders were able to realize their dream of supporting the community by providing an opportunity for local entrepreneurs to vend their products. Now, our local marketplace is a well-known stop on the road to Hana, and we happily host products from over 15 local suppliers.