Snack List for Today

We support local businesses.
Enjoy the snacks from Big Island’s historical confectioneries!

*Snacks are subject to change due to availability.

1. Sweet Potato Chips

The Atebara Chip Company
since 1936
www.hawaiichips.com

Established in 1936, The Atebara Company was the first producer of chips in Hawai’i and the original introducers of the Hawaiian Kalo or Taro Chips. 

2. Cocopan

(Sweet Coconut Bun)

Standard Bakery
since 1941
www.standardbakeryhawaii.com

Founded in 1941, Standard Bakery remains family owned and operated to this day! Their pastry chefs have over 70 years of experience in creating made-from-scratch baked goods, using only high-quality ingredients, resulting in the best and delicious bakery items on the island. 

3. Macadamia Nut Kona Cookie

Mrs. Barry’s
since 1978
www.konacookies.com

The idea came suddenly one day in May in 1978….to enter the cookie contest at the 1st Macadamia Nut Festival in Honoka’a the “Macadamia Nut Capital of the World”. Mrs. Barry’s scrumptious cookies won FIRST PRIZE on August 26th 1978. It was clear Mrs. Barry needed a store to hand out such delights. People who visited the islands for fun, work, and vacation… as well as Mrs. Barry’s neighbors could now get all the cookies they wanted.

4. Macademia Nuts

Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company
Since 1993
https://hawnnut.com/

Located in historic Kawaihae, near Pu‘ukohola Heiau in South Kohala, Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company grows, processes, and markets 100 percent Hawai‘i-grown macadamia nuts. This means that all macadamia nuts come from Hawai‘i Island farms, including from orchards owned by the company. Receiving mac nuts from about 200 island farms of varying sizes, Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company works to improve the wellbeing of Hawai‘i’s agricultural workers and their families while keeping Hawai‘i green.

5. Lava Filtered Water

Hawai’i Volcanic Water
https://www.hawaiivolcanic.com/

This precious water is smooth, soft, and slightly sweet. It comes from fresh rain & melted snow that travels through more than 15,000 feet of Hawaiian volcanic rock inside the active Mauna Loa volcano, the largest mountain on earth. The lava filtration creates delicious, powerful, and naturally alkaline water. The water is loaded with minerals, electrolytes, and Mana, a spiritual energy and healing power.