NOT JUST A BUNCH ABALONE: Kona Abalone Now Available at Ala Moana Farmers’ Market with New Offerings
(Honolulu, HI)— Kona Abalone is a mainstay at the KCC Farmer’s Market; it’s large setup, long line, and blue flag waving in the wind as an unmistakable marker for visitors. Now fans of the succulent and meaty shellfish can enjoy Kona Abalone at another growing Farmers’ Market—the recently reopened Ala Moana market on Sunday mornings.
A visitor that need more enticing should note that there are Ala Moana-exclusive menu items available along with the irresistible grilled abalone at this new Farmers’ Market: Abalone Pie ($8). The stuffed flaky puff pastry pie come in two delicious options, Abalone with Basil & Tomato or Abalone with White Sauce and is convenient as a grab-and-go option. The palatable textures of a tasty, saucy bite of chopped abalone and crispy pie crust are as mouthwatering as it sounds. Menu also include other signature items such as Grilled Abalone and Abalone Poke Bowl.
Located along Atkinson Drive, Kona Abalone will be available at Ala Moana Farmers’ Market available every Sunday from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
About Kona Abalone
Since 1998, Big Island Abalone has established itself as a premium abalone producer and distributor throughout the world market including Hawaii, the U.S. mainland, Japan, and China. Since January 1, 2018, Big Island Abalone has been operating under its new owner, Kowa Premium Foods Hawaii Corporation.
The premium stock of Ezo (Northern Japanese) abalone, Kona Abalone is the result of over 15 years of research, intensive study, and experiments by the company. Facilities include a hatchery, a nursery, abalone grow-out tanks and algae growing tanks, ensuring quality control from the very start of the growth cycle. A blend of algae is used to feed the abalone, optimizing abalone taste, texture, color, nutrition, and shell characteristics — an inventory of over four million abalones on its ten-acre site.
Kowa Premium Foods Hawaii Corporation plans to expand its famous Kona Abalone brand locally in Hawaii as well as the U.S. mainland, Japan, and China.
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