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Vendors Sought for Biweekly Maui County Wellness Market

July 29, 2017, 12:16 PM HST
* Updated July 29, 12:20 PM
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Due to high demand, the Maui County’s Wellness Market will continue on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month beginning on Aug. 3, 2017, from noon to 2 p.m., on the lawn fronting the Kalana O Maui building in Wailuku.

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“The purpose of the Wellness Market is to promote health and wellness to county employees and their families and to increase consumption of, and access to, locally grown and produced agricultural products,” said Managing Director Keith Regan. “Consumption of fresh produce means healthier employees, which means more productive and happier employees, and that benefits the entire community.”

Vendor spaces are 10 x 10 and vendors must provide their own tent, tables and display equipment.

Prospective vendors should contact Agricultural Coordinator Kenneth Yamamura at (808) 270-7710 or email [email protected] with questions or concerns.

Kumu Farms at the Maui County Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui

Vincent Mina of Hawaii Farmers Union United talks shop with fellow Ag supporters while offering a variety of fresh sprouts for sale at the Maui Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui,

Maui Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui.

A bounty of fresh organic produce was offered for sale by Coca Farms LLC. of Kula at the Maui Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui.

Jordan of Hawaii Farmers Union United displays two red dragonfruit at the Maui Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui.

Daikon radish sprouts and sunflower sprouts were just a few of the varieties on display by Vincent Mina and Irene Plunkett-Mina at the Maui Wellness Market. PC: County of Maui.

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