Maui Food and Dining

Tropilicious Presents “Taste the Happiness” Sweepstakes

April 6, 2011, 3:24 PM HST
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By Erica Garza

Enter the "Taste the Happiness" Staycation giveaway sponsored by Tropilicious Ice Cream & Sorbet to win a stay in Oahu and dining certificate. Photo courtesy of Tropilicious Ice Cream & Sorbet.

Visit any Foodland, Foodland Farms or Sack n’ Save on Maui before April 30th to enter the “Taste the Happiness” Staycation giveaway sponsored by Tropilicious Ice Cream & Sorbet. The Honolulu-based ice cream and sorbet manufacturer is giving away accommodations for two nights at the Ihilani Resort & Spa in Oahu and a $100 credit at Azul Restaurant.

The Staycation sweepstakes is open to Hawaii residents 21 and over who fill out an entry form at the above supermarkets or on And don’t worry—no purchase is necessary.

Does Tropilicious sound familiar? The company supplies Hawai’i supermarkets, restaurants, and service vendors such as Japan Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, or Paradise Cruises with a variety of ice cream and sorbet flavors inspired by the tropics.

The prize, Ihilani Resort & Spa by JW Marriott, overlooks one of four private beach coves on the western shore of Oahu. The private retreat features luxury accommodations, an award-winning spa, tennis courts, and a championship golf course. Not a bad reward for simply filling out an entry form. The hotel is home to Azul restaurant, an elegant dining experience, featuring a delicate balance of local and international flavors, using only the freshest island ingredients.


Foodland, Foodland Farms and Sack n’ Save have multiple locations across the island, from Lahaina to Kihei to Wailuku. For more information about the contest, contact Tropilicious at 808-847-1750.


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