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These sweet and juicy summery snacks or thirst quenchers wrapped up in green balls of rinds are grown by Mahi Pono in Maui. Eating the refreshing pulp is a no-brainer, but here's a little tidbit for our no-waste, snack patrollers. That rind is edible! Try this rind pickle recipe from Alton Brown.

Mahi Pono

The name, Mahi Pono, means "to farm or cultivate morally and properly". Mahi Pono is committed to practicing sustainable agriculture, to growing food for local consumption, to responsible use of the natural resources entrusted to us, and to providing high quality agricultural employment for generations to come. 

Mahi Pono is a joint venture between Pomona Farming LLC, a California-based agricultural group, and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments), one of Canada's largest pension investment managers.

Mahi Pono's Mission: To sustain the well being of Hawai'i 'ohana through responsible farming


Hānai, Feeding, nourishing and sustaining Hawaiʻi ʻohana with healthy produce
Mālama, Responsible stewardship of Maui’s natural resources (ʻāina, water & renewable energy)
ʻOhana, Building positive relationships within our community
Hoʻonaʻauao, Education to create long-term career paths and job opportunities for Maui residents
Kūlia, Opportunities for the success of local farmers and businesses
Lawelawe, Serving the people with aloha

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