Outside of Hawaii, it's growing -- sales are up online, business and mail-orders are trending, and they're a player in the game for shelf-space in stores likes Foodland, Safeway, Longs, Whole Foods and the commissaries.
"Hawaiian Bath and Body is high end but affordable, a little bit tourist, a little bit local," owner of North Shore Soap Factory Debora Driscoll said. North Shore Soap Factory is at the old Waialua Sugar Mill inside the massive Cyclone. At the beginning of this adventure, owner Debora Driscoll knew very little about making soap. "No vendors, no recipes, no exchanges, no forums," Driscoll said. After years of trial and error, living ...
A Maili man's love for the ocean fueled his passion to build custom boards that fit surfers to a T.
The Kailua baby food company was kick started by best friends Aly Akina and Nicole Dodson is on a mission to mix up the freshest, most nutritious grinds for tiny tots.
Nestled inside Kaka'ako's 400 Keawe apartment complex, you'll find a charming fashion boutique filled with brand name threads and all sorts of local apparel.
A windward brewery is living up to its slogan, serving Island Inspired Craft Beers - 100 percent made in Hawaii.
At one time, there were seven slipper factories on Oahu. Now, there's just one -- Island Slipper.
At 91, Fred Kamaka Sr. still comes to work four days a week. His job -- leading tours at his family's ukulele factory in Kaka'ako because no one knows this company's story like he does. He's lived it, working here since he was just 4 years old!
Monster waves are made in Hawaii and the boards surfers use out there are, too.
You may recognize that familiar red box whether it's Soda Crackers, Saloon Pilots, or Royal Creems. Diamond Bakery has been a Hawaii staple since the company's founding in 1921.