Sunshine marketing

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Bella Yuan, Min Chen

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    Brudda Branch Harmony, Auhea

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    Anita Kopp, Joe Kopp, Valerie Kopp, Elena Kopp - Germany

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    Johnny Mitsis, Kathryn Ledesma

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Winston Morrison, Rachel Morrison - Washington, DC, Anette Busick, Hal Bushick - Washington

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    Ryo Takami - Japan, Risa Clemmons

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    Calvin Albinana, Jace Albinana - California

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    Georgia - Missouri, Sage, Ty - Arizona

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    Tammy Fairchild, Amber Blinco - Idaho

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    Fernando Iniguez, Susie Iniguez - California

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    Kyler Schmidt, Morgen Schmidt

The Koloa Sunshine Market, open from noon on Mondays, is just one of a network of Sunshine Markets coordinated through the county Office of Economic Development.

The Sunshine Markets offer fresh fruits, vegetables and more, including a limited amount of value-added products, at different locations throughout the island.

Tuesday markets are on the lawn of the Historic County Building and Kalaheo Neighborhood Center. The Wednesday market is at Mayor Bryan J. Baptiste Sports Complex. Thursday markets are on Kilauea Road in Kilauea and Hanapepe Park behind the fire station. The Friday market is at the Vidinha Stadium parking lot, and the Saturday morning market is at the Kekaha Neighborhood Center.

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