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Living on a string of islands, you would think buying local fish would be as easy as catching a wave at the beach. But it turns out only 37 percent of the seafood we consume in Hawaii comes from local fishing businesses. Finding that local fish isn’t always easy. The seafood industry is one of the least transparent subsets of the food industry, and the marketing around it can be confusing. For instance, there might be a big sign in the fish department that says “local fish” when only one type of fish in the counter is local.

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Love seafood and the ocean? Want to know exactly where and when your seafood was caught, so you can rest assured that it is labeled correctly? Local I’a Community supported fishery provides fair-trade, 100 percent local seafood, traceable from boat to plate using an online plateform called ThisFish created by Ecotrust.

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Recipes

Pan Seared Kama topped with lightly pickled shallots, sauteed mushrooms on a bed of greens A Chef Abe original. A simple and delicious way to eat the whole fish!

Enjoy your ahi over a dark leafy bed of spinach with a creamy, sweet and tangy balsamic dressing.

This twist on the classic pesto recipe uses macadamia nuts and coconut oil and is paired with grilled fish kebabs for quick, easy and healthy dinner!

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Aloha!

We proudly source local, in-season seafood and distribute it directly to chefs and consumers islandwide.
 
 
Visit our kitchen in Kaimuki Thursday- Sunday or our farmers' market booth on Sunday in Mililani. You can even find a link in our IG bio to order and pickup afterhours