Kauai Farmer’s Market Schedule & Successful Pineapple Farm For Sale

As we all know, buying locally grown food and locally made products is extremely important for sustainability, positively affecting the health of economy and our bodies. On the island of Kauai, this concept is largely supported, and many of our farmer’s markets require that all edibles and handicraft products be produced on Kauai in order to be sold.

Leah, with her handmade skin care line at the Hanalei Farmer's Market on Saturday morning

Kauai Farmer’s Market Showcases Locally Produced Food and Crafts

This market requires everything be "Made on Kauai." You can get breakfast, bakery items, acai, Balinese food, handmade bikinis, art, jewelry, and much more!

The markets can range from simply produce to full blown artisan crafts, hand sewn bikinis, dresses and bags made from recycled T-shirts, jewelry, skin care products, and specialty gourmet food items such as lilikoi goat cheese and fresh salsa. So, do yourself and the aina a favor…grab some bags and head out to one of the Garden Island’s many fresh farmer’s markets!

Kauai North Shore Farmer’s Markets

Hanalei Saturday 9:30am to 12pm (closes at noon sharp) Hanalei Neighborhood Center & Ballpark: Just past town on the mountain (mauka) side by the little green church
Hanalei Tuesday 2:00pm Waipa, Ahupuaa Field: Mauka side of Kuhio Hwy. about a mile past the soccer field headed north
Kilauea Monday 4:00pm to dusk Anaina Hou: Field behind Banana Joe’s and the Kauai Mini Golf, off Kuhio Hwy.
Kilauea Thursday 4:30pm to dusk Kilauea Neighborhood Center Parking Lot (Behind Kong Lung Center)
Kilauea Saturday 9:00am to 1pm Anaina Hou: Field behind Banana Joe’s and the Kauai Mini Golf, off Kuhio Hwy.

Kauai East Shore Farmer’s Markets

Anahola Friday, Saturday & Sunday All day (9am to dusk) Mauka side of Kuhio Hwy. Look for signs
Kapaa Sunday Noon to 4pm Kealia: Across from the beach in the field next to the Kountry Market & Post Office
Kapaa Tuesday 9am to noon Coconut MarketPlace
Kapaa Wednesday 3:00pm Kapaa New Town Ball Park Parking Lot by Bypass Rd. (Kahau Rd & Olohena Rd)
Kapaa Thursday 9am to noon Coconut MarketPlace
Lihue Monday 3:00pm Kukui Grove Shopping Center Parking Lot behind KMart
Lihue Friday 3:00pm Vidinha Stadium Parking Lot: Hoolako Rd.
Lihue/Puhi Saturday 9:30am to 1pm Kauai Community College

Kauai South/West Shore Farmer’s Markets

Koloa Monday 12:00 noon Koloa Ball Park (Knudsen): Maluhia Rd.
Poipu Wednesday 4:00pm to 6pm Kukui’ula Shopping Center
Kalaheo Tuesday 3:30pm Kalaheo Neighborhood Center: Papalina Rd. off Kaumualii Hwy.
Hanapepe Thursday 3:00pm Hanapepe Park
Kekaha Saturday 9:00am Kekaha Neighborhood Center: Elepaio Rd.

Note: This schedule was compiled as of Feb. 2013. Be advised some days/times might change, and please DO post any updates in the “comments” section below.

Unique Opportunity to Own a Kauai Pineapple Farm

Kauai’s warm, tropical climate and rich, volcanic soil makes this island extremely fertile for farming. The combination of sunshine and rain year round is not only a formula for rainbows…it’s a grower’s heaven. Nestled just outside of the remote North shore, yet conveniently close to the shopping amenities of the East side is a successful, operating pineapple farm with a beautifully custom built 3 bedroom home.


Home sweet home…meticulously cared for (MLS# 249154)

The amount of love and attention to detail is readily apparent in every aspect of this property, from the built-in hurricane ties on the roof of the house to the landscape design and variety of mature fruit trees, processing room, and machinery storage. There is even a hot tub site, ready for installation, to relax after a long day of sunshine in the field.

Learn the Hawaii Pineapple Farming System

The best part is…the owners are willing to teach their farming system to the buyer. They have kept immaculate records of all the relevant aspects of running this farm, including income spreadsheets, planting and harvesting processes, and farmer’s market schedules.


Delicious and juicy…Kauai white pineapple

They are organized and tidy, (not like some farmers I have met along the way!) and make this a viable option for most anyone. Or you could buy the farm and have an outside farmer run the operations while you sit back and snack on fresh, sweet Kauai pineapple. There is a small living space above the garage that could potentially house a caretaker.


Pineapple fields forever…

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Kelly Joudon

March 6, 2013

I love this property! The land is so beautifully cultivated and cared for and the home, WOW! This is a fantastic opportunity for someone…

Kelly Joudon

March 6, 2013

I love this property! The land is so beautifully cultivated and cared for and the home, WOW! This is a fantastic opportunity for someone…

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