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An aromatic herb that can be described as citrusy, earthy, and slightly spicy. Refreshing and bright on the palate, it has a unique flavor that is known for its ability to enhance other ingredients.
Cilantro has a distinct, pungent aroma that can be described as citrusy, earthy, and slightly spicy. A refreshing and bright herb that is widely used in many cuisines around the world. It has a unique flavor that is both lemony and earthy, with a slightly bitter taste. The leaves are typically used fresh in salads, soups, stews, and sauces. Cilantro is known for its ability to enhance the flavor of other ingredients in a dish and is particularly popular in Latin American, Middle Eastern, and Southeast Asian cuisine.
Grown in Hawaiʻi
Grown in Hawaiʻi
MA‘O Organic FarmsMAʻO Organic Farms is located in Lualualei Valley, home to the unique Lualualei vertisol soil series, abundant sunshine, and a rich tradition of food production. Through the farm enterprise, MAʻO trains and mentors youth who work on the farm as interns and apprentices to become entrepreneurial community leaders. These youth co-manage the farm, growing and processing a wide variety of high-quality organic fruits and vegetables sold to the community through farmer's markets, a CSA subscription service, grocers, natural food stores, and restaurants.
The farm has grown exponentially over the years, from an initial 5-acre plot leased in 2001 to a core campus of 24 acres in 2011, to an inspiring 281-acre footprint in 2019. MA‘O is now integrating this newly acquired acreage into the farming operation, and production is increasing every month. At a 24-acre scale, the farm grew about 80 tons of produce per year.
MA‘O grows more than 40 different varieties of fruits and vegetables, including salad greens, root crops, cooking greens, herbs, and seasonal tropical fruits.
Learn more about them here!