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Kosher food

Kosher food

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Bringing kosher food

You can make your own meals and bring them frozen or you can buy in some areas ready made double sealed travel meals. Food that is in a deep-freeze will remain frozen upon arrival in Hawaii.

Call your hotel beforehand to arrange for an extra fridge and to place extra food in their freezers.

Hotels can heat up double-wrapped food for varying fees. Or bring along your own burner or buy a cheap toaster oven or grill on the island to do it yourself. Costco carries sternos to help cook and warm your food.

Catering in Hawaii

There are currently no kosher restaurants in all of Hawaii 

Chabad of the Big Island is temporarily not accepting orders for Kosher food. 

Oahukosher.com is based in Honolulu and they have great prices for Hawaii, they charge a small shipping fee to send it by plane refrigerated to the Big Island. Please visit them for all your Kosher catering needs.  

You can join communal meals on Holidays, Friday night and Shabbos day. Reservations should be made beforehand. 

Buying kosher food

The local stores like Walmart, Target, Safeway, KTA and Costco have basic Kosher foods like pasta, rice, quinoa, salmon, wine, grape juice, frozen dough, corn chips, cereal, canned food, Chummus, Ezekiel bread, non-dairy milk, non-Bishul Yisroel tuna and non-Pas Yisroel wraps. There is no Cholov Yisrael, Pas Yisrael, chicken or meat. Costco carries sternos to help cook and warm your food.

Safeway has a small Kosher section. Kona wine market, located near Costco, carries a selection of kosher wines.

 

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