Produce Bag Options
Receive the freshest, local produce available! When you become a subscribing member at Oahu Fresh, you have the following three options of produce bags to choose from. We have created these options to best serve your needs.
Farmers’ Market Bag – $25 plus delivery fee
Our Farmers` Market Bag is a bountiful, balanced mix of fresh locally-grown produce from Hawaii’s small and mid-sized farms. Each bag contains 6-7 items of fruits and vegetables varying each week based on seasonality and availability that we curate for you. We announce what’s coming in the week’s bag every Monday. To see what has been in the bag in the past, click here.
Make Your Own Bag – $30 (6 credits) plus delivery fee
If you know what you like you can make your own bag! This option is great for people with dietary restrictions or a home of picky eaters. Choose up to 6 items from our wide assortment of locally grown produce (take a peak at our marketplace). Each week you have the option to select 6 items of produce from the marketplace, based on your wants and needs. In the case you don’t select your items from the marketplace, you’ll receive the items in your previous delivery.
Vegetarian Meal Kit Bag – $35 plus delivery fee
Boost the standard produce bag with all the ingredients you need to make at least two dishes serving 2-4 people. Bag includes 6-7 produce items (same selection as the week’s curated Farmers Market Bag), 2 hand-picked recipes, and the ingredients needed to make the two featured dishes.
All bags available weekly or bi-weekly. Bags include produce from Mari’s Gardens, Ho Farms, Kahumana Organic Farms, OK Farms, Small Kine Farms, Kualoa Ranch, Green Growers, Southern Turf and others!
To sign up or manage your subscription visit the members area.
Give Oahu Fresh as a Gift!!
Do you want to give a gift of fresh, local produce to a friend or loved one?? You can now have fresh, local produce delivered right to their door!! You can choose from a 1 month or 3 month subscription to be delivered weekly or bi-weekly. Just click on one on the links below, depending on which delivery zone we will be delivering the bag to.
Select your recipient’s delivery region
$23.56 for each week
(Delivery charge of $2.5o plus tax is included)
Weekly or Bi-Weekly Deliveries
$26.18 USD for each week
(Delivery charge of $5 plus tax is included.)
Weekly or Bi-Weekly Deliveries
***Delivery to Marine Corps Base Hawaii is every Thursday @ 12pm
****Deliveries to Kaimuki are dropped off at Town Restaurant on 9th & Waialae every Wednesday evening around 7pm
If you are not sure which region you are in, please call (808)221-0921.
Our mission is to make it easy to get great local food by rebuilding the connection between Honolulu and surrounding farms and farmers` markets. We are working with the wonderful farmers listed here and many more to increase the supply of fresh, local food. You can read more about them and how they farm the land to yield delicious harvests.
Products: tomatoes, long beans, Japanese cucumbers, long squash, okra, long eggplant, string beans
Products: tomatoes, choy sum, pak choy, ong choy, Japanese cucumber, cosmic carrot, mango, daikon, radish, swiss chard, arugula, papaya, mint, sweet basil, Thai basil, green onion, parsley, Okinawan sweet potato, corn
Products: hydroponic lettuces: romaine, curly leaf, butter, green leaf, oak leaf
Sea Mountain Coffee
Ka`u, Hawai`i Island
Products: coffee: whole bean and grind, medium and dark roast
Naked Cow Dairy
Products: butter, cream cheese, feta cheese
Poamoho Organic Produce
Products: organic avocado, mango, lemon, lime, orange, tangerine, lychee, longan, papaya, starfruit, apple banana, kaffir lime leaf, parsley, rosemary, breadfruit
Founded in 1953, Nalo Farms has been a family farm for over half a century. Nestled at the feet of the majestic Ko’olau Mountains in Waimanalo, on the beautiful island of Oahu, the farm supplies fresh-cut, top-quality greens and herbs to Hawaii’s top restaurants’ chefs daily.
The farm grows its tomatoes using hydroponic technology and equipment that dates back to the ’50s. Each morning, nutrient-rich water flushes the tomato beds, then the water is recycled and the nutrients replenished.