Recomtech, Inc, a Japanese advertising agency and publisher of magazines for Japanese tourists and residents in Hawaii has launched its first publication of ‘My Only Hawaii’, a free magazine, in limited release available in few hotels in Waikiki and in Japan. The magazine contains shops, restaurants, tourist activity, and accommodation information. In their first issue, they spotlight new Hawaiian Culinary Arts and Lirio’s Organics was selected for one of their featured stories!
This issue will be available for wide release in July all over Hawaii. Although the first issue will be in Japanese, it will be available in English version as well in the future. Click the images below to see larger pictures.
You can now purchase my line of island RAW granola at Down To Earth! It will be on the shelves beginning this week in Kapolei for a trial run.
I am especially excited as it is at the flagship in Kapolei, west of Oahu, where more local vendors and farmers are showcased . They opened back in July 2012 and it has been doing really well. It has been a much needed store on the west side as the interest in organic and local foods continues to grow.
Sampling will also be available sometime soon at Down To Earth. We will announce which day.
As always, I am grateful for all the support for my small business and the opportunity to expand.
Mahalo nui loa!
Fitness Healthy Living Fair
Lirio’s Organics island RAW granola will be on sale TOMORROW, Aug 31, Saturday at 24-Hour Fitness Healthy Living Fair (8 am – 11:30 am). Come join us for some ono healthy snacks after a good workout! This event is open to the public.
New Company Logo Labels
They have finally arrived! A BIG THANK YOU to Chona Boncato for all her help in making this happen! And Alyssa Tiongco for her creative talent in designing the logo. The labels are now on 2 oz bars and 3 oz bites. And the color coincides with the name of each flavor which makes it easier to identify. This was a much needed change as many customers were confused as the flavors were not specified. THANK YOU for your feedback! Ko’olau (Cran Maple/RAW Honey Almonds) island RAW granola is burgundy. Kilauea (Mac Pineapple Coconut) island RAW granola is yellow green.