Ulu Mana Hawaii offers snacks made from locally grown breadfruit

Bring home a taste of Hawaii!

Sponsored by the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture

If you’re looking for some local snacks to bring home to your friends and family, look no further than chips and hummus from Ulu Mana Hawaii. The company’s snacks are all made from Hawaii grown breadfruit, and HI Now hosts Jobeth Devera and Kanoe Gibson are in the kitchen with founder Loren Shoop doing a taste test!

Ulu Mana’s mission is to bring ulu into the spotlight as a widely recognized food source. It strives to offer unique, high quality, simple, and delicious products made from ulu. Ulu Mana’s products are minimally processed and the ingredients are responsibly sourced. By utilizing such a sustainable crop, the company is contributing to the health of Hawaii’s local farms, community, and economy.

Its ulu chips come in a variety of flavors like Garlic Sea Salt and Cool Lime, and you can’t forget to try Ulu Mana’s Hawaiian Hummus. Check out flavors like Totally Turmeric, Fun-dreied Tomato, Bangin’ Beet, and Hoppin’ Jallapeno. It makes for a delicious snack you won’t be able to stop eating!

Ulu Mana’s products are also available for direct pick up at the company’s office. Just call (808) 987-1284 to schedule an appointment ahead of time! The office is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

To learn more about how you can get the Hawaii Seal of Quality on your products, get more information here: sealofquality.hawaii.gov

About Loren Shoop:

Loren Shoop is the founder of  ĽUlu Mana. Born and raised in Kona on the island of Hawaii. His family has deep roots in fishing and agriculture in Hawaii. His grandfather built Kona’s sports fishing industry from the ground up, with his grandmother being the president of Outdoor Circle, a group dedicated to keeping Hawaii clean, green, and beautiful.

Ulu Mana Office:
916 Kaaahi Place
Honolulu HI 96817

For more information: ulumanahawaii.com