Maui Food and Dining

Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods: Post-Superbowl Necessities

February 8, 2011, 1:07 PM HST
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By Erica Garza

Eat healthy again with the help of Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods. Photo courtesy of Hawaiian Moons.

Now that the Superbowl is over and done with and you’ve consumed more chicken wings and beer than a person ever should, you can go back to making smart eating choices. Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods in Kihei has all the ingredients to get back on track and save money with their February specials.

From gluten-free whole oats and organic coconut milk to butternut squash soup and black beans, the sale items at Hawaiian Moons are diverse and surprisingly good for you. Check out their website for more details and see if your favorite healthy item made the list. The store additionally offers an online coupon good for $1 off their hot bar, with offerings like organic brown rice, potatoes, delicious meat and vegetarian dishes, and a daily soup and stew.

Established in 1994, Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods was the first full service natural food store in the Kihei/Wailea area. The husband and wife owners, Donnie Mcgean and Michele Heick, created the store to better the community, advocating healthy food and active, sustainable lifestyles.

In addition to a wide selection of popular grocery brands of natural and organic products (some wheat and gluten free), the store also features many local products, including Maui honey from Tropical Apiary, taro burgers and Ono Farms preserves to name a few. There are also various frozen items, supplements, natural health and beauty products and gourmet chocolates.


Located across from Kama’ole Beach Park I, Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods is at 2411 S. Kihei Road at the south end of Kihei. Contact them at (808) 875-4356.

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