Maui Food and Dining

Duke’s Beach House Supports Localicious Maui

August 21, 2016, 9:04 AM HST
* Updated August 21, 9:16 AM
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Duke’s Beach House in Kāʻanapali presented a $2,500 donation to the Hawai’i Agricultural Foundation at the recent Henry Kapono performance.

HAF launched Localicious Hawai’i in 2014 to raise public awareness of restaurants that are committed to sustaining the local agricultural industry.

Duke's Beach House presented the Hawai'i Agricultural Foundation with a $2,500 check at the Henry Kapono performance. Pictured left to right: Henry Kapono, Warren Watanabe, Hawai'i Agricultural Foundation; John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Manager. Photo Courtesy.

Duke’s Beach House presented the Hawai’i Agricultural Foundation with a $2,500 check at the Henry Kapono performance. Pictured left to right: Henry Kapono, Warren Watanabe, Hawai’i Agricultural Foundation; John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Manager. Photo Courtesy.

The Localicious Maui program provides support to local ranchers and farmers on Maui, including scholarships to agriculture students and next generation farmers.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Farm Salad, which is made entirely of Maui-grown products, were donated to this program to support Maui agriculture.

“We are so proud to be able to give back to the Maui farming community” said John Brans, Duke’s Beach House Safety Manager. “Through the Duke’s Beach House Legacy of Aloha Program, we are able to partner with Localicious Maui, supporting Maui agriculture and helping to perpetuate locally grown food for future generations.”

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Throughout the rest of 2016, Duke’s Beach House will donate a portion of the proceeds on a featured salad, made with Maui grown produce, to Localicious Maui. The featured salad will be denoted by the “Growing Future Farmers” logo on the menu.

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