2017 represents the 55th year the Hawaii State Farm Bureau has sponsored a fair to celebrate agriculture and its contributions to the State of Hawaii.
This year it will be held at Kualoa Ranch, a short drive from Honolulu to the picturesque windward side.
Waimanalo Country Farms will be participating, providing folks with fresh, local, products such as our fresh squeezed Nalo made lemonade and fresh roasted corn.
They’ve been farming since 1948, and they love to give back to our community for their support with buying from local farmers.
The farm also wants to share about their first annual sunflower festival they will be having at their farm. Details will be on a banner at the Farm Fair, along with being on Facebook and Instagram.
They’ll also have their world famous lemonade, which comes in many fresh flavors such as strawberry, mango, pineapple, li hing mui, and pretty much any combination that you can think of. They’re selling the jar for $8 with $4 refills, so please bring your jars if you have them at home. Our fresh roasted corn is sold for $3 an ear. You can have it plain, with butter, garlic butter, salt, pepper, Parmesan cheese, and a chili lime flavor called Tajin.