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Aloha Aina Poi 1lb bag - Fresh

Original price $ 11.99 - Original price $ 11.99
Original price
$ 11.99
$ 11.99 - $ 11.99
Current price $ 11.99

Our Poi is made from kalo grown on the West-side of Kauaʻi, which has historically produced some of the most ʻono poi in all of Hawaiʻi. 

In recent years, the rest of the world has finally started to learn what Hawaiians have known for centuries, that Poi is a “SUPER-FOOD.” Poi holds immense nutritional value and health benefits including being hypo-allergenic. It contains calcium, potassium, magnesium, Vitamins A, B, and C, and easily digestible proteins. It is a complex carbohydrate that provides energy but is easily burned off, thus perfect for every level of athlete. Poi is safe to be consumed by people of all ages, shapes, and sizes and we should all be eating more of it!


Several types of goods are exempt from being returned. Perishable goods such as snacks, food items, frozen goods, and fresh flowers cannot be returned.

*Some food products may vary in color from picture due to manufacturing differences in batchs

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