Maui does’nt have as many farmers markets as the other islands, but don’t let that fool you. Maui is home to about 800 farms. Maui’s climate is perfect for growing a wide range of crops year round. The fertile slopes of Haleakala provide a wide temperature band that allow for a variety of produce to be grown. Still most of these farms are small, and Hawaii imports about 80-90% of it’s food from the mainland. Support the local economy and farmers instead of buying the imported produce that’s found in some grocery stores. The fruit and vegies will be fresher, healthier and delicious. Plus farmers markets have all sorts of treats that make them a fun activity for tourists.
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