Fresh from the Is­land

101 Things to Do (Big Island) - - EXPLORE -

At col­or­ful, open-air mar­kets through­out Hawai‘i, you’ll find fresh, home­grown pro­duce at bargain prices. Look for lo­cal fa­vorites like sweet and juicy Ka‘u or­anges, Puna pa­payas, che­r­i­moya, poha berries, Ha­makua mush­rooms, su­gar­loaf pineap­ples, Hilo ly­chees and Waimea straw­ber­ries. Some mar­kets sell an as­sort­ment of cakes, cook­ies and pre­serves. Bring lots of small bills (mar­kets are cash-only).

Hilo’s Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

Cor­ner of Kame­hameha Av­enue and Mamo Street Wed­nes­day and Satur­day, 6 a.m.-4 p.m. www.hilo­farm­ers­mar­ket.com

Waikoloa Vil­lage Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

Waikoloa Com­mu­nity Church, 68-3625 Pan­iolo Ave. Satur­day, 7:15-10 a.m.

Keauhou Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

Keauhou Shop­ping Cen­ter Satur­day, 8 a.m.-noon

South Kona Green Mar­ket

Amy B.H. Green­well Eth­nob­otan­i­cal Garden Sun­day, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Holu­aloa Gar­dens Famers Mar­ket

76-5901 Ma­mala­hoa Hwy., Holu­aloa Satur­day, 9 a.m.-noon

Vol­cano Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

1000 Wright Road, Cooper Cen­ter, Vol­cano Sun­day, 7-9 a.m.

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