Maui Food and Dining

Birthday Bash: Whole Foods Celebrates One Year in Maui

February 22, 2011, 4:17 PM HST
* Updated February 22, 4:34 PM
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By Erica Garza

February 24th marks the one-year anniversary of Maui's Whole Foods Market in Kahului. Photo courtesy of Whole Foods Market.

This Thursday, February 24th, marks the one-year anniversary of Maui’s Whole Foods Market in Kahului.

Stop by for a free slice of delicious birthday cake on Thursday around noon. Then on Friday, catch the screening of the feature length documentary and 2010 Maui Film Festival Audience Award Winner, Turning the Canoe, while enjoying free samples from every department.

Stay close by because on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm, the market will host a festival featuring items from around the island, such as wine from Tedeschi Winery and goodies from SoMoo Jams & Jellies. The event will include a free drawing for a gift basket filled with Hawaii grown and produced products, free product giveaways, food demonstrations and more.

Situated at Maui Mall, Whole Foods Market brings a variety of organic and natural products to Maui and is also home to a range of health-driven classes and events. The very first Whole Foods Market opened in Austin, Texas in 1980 and has been committed to selling the highest quality natural and organic products available ever since.

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Contact Whole Foods Market for more information at (808) 872-3310.

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