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Fresh.
Our seafood is picked up from our fishers and delivered fresh. We never freeze our seafood, providing you with the highest quality and best taste.
Local.
Our seafood never comes from anywhere outside the Hawaiian islands. Our seafood comes directly from local fishers and sold directly to you.
Pono.
Our seafood is harvested using sustainable fishing practices and follows DLNR regulations. Our fishers abide by Pono Fishing Standards.
Locations where you can find our seafood

CSF Pickup Locations (in addition to other locations listed)

One in your neighborhood coming soon
HonBlue
119 Merchant St
Honolulu, HI 96817
Kaimuki Superette
3458 Wai’alae Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816
Farmer's Market

Retail

Kailua Town Market
609 Kailua Rd
Kailua, HI 96734
Thursdays 5-7:30pm
Kaka'ako Farmers' Market
333 Ward Ave
Honolulu, HI 96814
Saturdays, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
Mililani High School
95-1200 Meheula Pkwy
Mililani HI 96789
Sundays 8-11
Kokua Market
2643 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96826
* Do you want to become a pickup location?
 Contact us for details!
Farmers' Markets
Kailua Town Market
609 Kailua Rd
Kailua, HI 96734
Thursdays 5-7:30pm
Kaka'ako Farmers' Market
333 Ward Ave
Honolulu, HI 96814
Saturdays, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
Mililani High School
95-1200 Meheula Pkwy
Mililani HI 96789
Sundays 8-11
Retail
Kokua Market
2643 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96826
CSF Pickup Locations (in addition to locations above)
HonBlue
119 Merchant St
Honolulu, HI 96813
Kaimuki Superette
3458 Wai’alae Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816
* Pickup your CSF from any of the above locations and markets (days/times of pickup vary with location) Want to become a NEW pickup location?
 Click here to get on waitlist for Iolani & Punahou Schools, Kapolei and Hawaii Kai COMING SOON!
Ask for Local Iʻa seafood at these local restaurants

Local I'a Seafood served based on availability

Ask for Local Iʻa seafood at these local restaurants
Local I'a Seafood served based on availability
Thank a Fisher
John Maurer
traced catch A713813, Local I’a CSF, July 21
Best, freshest ahi we’ve ever had! Just grilled it simple and served for entire extended family. Much oooooh’ing and aaaaaah’ing. Much mahalo for your catch and plenty aloha for you and yours.
Shirley Thompson
traced catch A813955, Honolulu, Sept. 24
Mahalo nui Joseph Soares! Super ono ahi this week…thanks for your good work catching that fish! We prepped it for poke and marinaded it in coconut milk, lime juice, a little grated ginger and a little fish sauce for about 10 minutes. Topped it with sliced green onion and chopped …
Noe Tom
traced A591623 from [u”] on July 20
Mahalo Kaipo Miller for catching the Akule! Big fish like Ahi are good but I love the smaller fishes the best! Hope you continue to go for these!
Featured Stories

Learn to process your own fish

in Events
Come and join us in our kitchen for our monthly processing demos. Only $35 for CSF and Slow Foods members/ $40 for non-members and you get to take 1 pound of fish home to enjoy! Upcoming dates include January 17 3pm & February 16 3pm. Click the link below to join us un our kitchen soon!

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Cooking Demos now offered upon request with Processing Demos!

in Events
Come and join us in our kitchen for our monthly processing demos and add a little cooking technique to the demonstration. Only $40 for CSF and Slow Foods members/ $45 for non-members and you get to take 1 serving home to enjoy! Upcoming dates include January 17 3pm & February 16 3pm- let us know if you want to come cook with us in our kitchen by clicking the link below.

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From boat to table

Our appearance in the Star Advertiser
The Crave section highlights what we are doing to bring local seafood direct from fishers to your table.

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Woman develops traceable fish

Our appearance on KITV
Slightly misleading title because I didn't develop the concept- just fine-tuned a few already existing concepts and combined them.

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Dock to Dish

Our appearance in Hana Hou
The islands' top airline magazine features us in their last publication, thanks Sonny Ganaden for writing our story. This both increasedour customer base as well as our fisher hui!

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Know the story of your seafood

Hawaii Public Radio Investigates
Ku'uwehi Hiraishi of HPR takes a look at our operation and highlights our impact and mission for the local community.

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