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Wednesday, December 24, 2003


Washington Times 12/18/03 - Hawaii a paradise for food aficionados

This article in a recent issue of the Washington Times is like a guidemap to Big Island agriculture. It names places, it names names. I think it is also a great example of how sucessful marketing happens. It would be great if our local newspapers paid proportionate attention to this segment of our economy -- and of our lives (farming is more than a business!).

Hawaii, the Big Island, offers unexpected food finds as well as unforgettable travel opportunities. In what other place can you visit a commercial coffee or cacao plantation or macadamia groves and packing plants or observe the production of sea salt from a 2,000-year-old water source deep within the ocean?
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