Hawaiian Chip Company first started serving up its iconic purple Okinawan sweet potato chips 21 years ago in Ziploc bags for sale at local swap meets. These chips were, and remain, distinguishable from other similar products on the market because they are seasoned with signature flavors like Zesty Garlic, Kiawe BBQ and Kilauea Fire. These distinct flavor combinations eventually inspired a line of hot sauces, including the headlining Kilauea Fire Hot Sauce.
Today is National Fortune Cookie Day and the future looks bright according to PIDGINMOJI founder, Ka‘ohele Carlos, who launched the company's PIDGINMOJI Fortune Cookies with all 150 fortunes written in Pidgin. The PIDGINMOJI Fortune Cookies go on sale starting today at Hawaiian Chip Company located at 1928 Republican St, Honolulu, HI 96819. Carlos is also in discussions with other Hawaiʻi stores and restaurants to bring the entertaining and tasty treat to a wider audience across the islands.
Lee Tonouchi recently reviewed Hawaii's "bestest" potato chips for Frolic Magazine, and featured the Hawaiian Chip Company as the "Bestest New Chips on the Block"! Check out the article below and find out what potato chip Lee recommends on each island. Read the full article here: https://www.honolulumagazine.com/da-bestest-potato-chip-on-every-hawaiian-island/ More about Lee Tonouchi “Da...
The two singers joined “GMA” from Hawaii and performed a song from Paula Fuga's second full-length album, "Rain on Sunday." Plus the Hawaiian Chip Company and other local businesses were highlighted in the segment.
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Jimmy Chan is featured in Move Oahu Forward's latest campaign. Watch as he talks about the importance of the Honolulu Rail Transit and its impact on the Kalihi area.
Honolulu Magazine recently came out with their "Best of Honolulu 2020: The Best Food and Drinks on O‘ahu" list, and the Hawaiian Chip Company was included as the "Best Made-to-Order Chips"!
When it comes to snacking, there’s nothing better than reaching for a bag of chips! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is in the kitchen to get a taste of our products!
Sponsored by Central Pacific Bank Foundation and Mahi Pono The 26th Annual Made in Hawaii Festival is going virtual in 2020! The online festival will take place from August 21-23 and serve as the launch of a new online Made in Hawaii Festival Marketplace shopping site. The festival also welcomes...