At the Maiden Hawaii Naturals booth Maui Sunflower culinary oil was a featured product with a portion of proceed donated to Chef Hui. The staff was fully engaged!

Made in Maui County Festival – Nov 3 & 4

At the 10th annual Made in Maui County Festival, the Maiden Hawaii Naturals booth featured “Mahalo” graphics recognizing Maui’s chefs from Chef Hui who have been supporting our Maui community after the fires.

Maiden Hawaii Naturals donated to Chef Hui a portion of proceeds from sales of its locally grown Maui Sunflower culinary oil during the two-day event.

Chef Hui continues to feed thousands of displaced residents each week and will continue to do so into 2024. They currently feed 115 houseless daily, lunch and healthy snacks for 200 students, and serve keiki and kupuna who are in their homes or temporary housing but do not have access to clean water or kitchens. They will also be preparing an estimated 10,000 meals for Maui families during the holidays.

The festival, held at Maui Arts and Cultural Center, drew a large crowd and featured more than 140 vendors from throughout Maui County. The Maiden Hawaii Naturals sales team stayed busy during the two-day event, sharing information about company’s interconnected sustainability system that’s making a real impact here in Hawaii and selling both Sunflower and Macadamia culinary oil to the enthusiastic attendees.

Maiden Hawaii Naturals is the sister company of Pacific Biodiesel Technologies.

Pacific Biodiesel’s General Counsel James Forrest generated a lot of smiles and enthusiasm at the Made in Maui County Festival.

Customers got into the spirit at the Maiden Hawaii Naturals booth.

Festival sales team: Company Co Founder Kelly King, Marketing Director Joy Galatro, Bookkeeper Dora Viramontes and Marketing Associate Beth Mathias

Marketing Associate Beth Mathias with Chef Lisa Villiarimo, one of the many volunteers who give their time and talents to Chef Hui.