People in Hawaii love to eat, and when it comes to snacking... there's nothing quite like grinds made with local ingredients. In tonight's "Made in Hawaii," Yunji de Nies takes us to Hawaiian Chip Company, where taro and sweet potatoes are sliced thin and fried to perfection! View the Video...
Hawaiian Chip Company participated in the Taste of Hawaii on Capitol Hill hosted by Senator Mazie K. Hirono.
Local businesses are preparing to head to Washington, D.C., later this month to showcase Hawaii’s industries and unique culture as part of the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii's "Hawaii on the Hill" initiative to create stronger ties between the state and the nation's capital. View the Article
Hawaiian Chip Company has been featured in Alaska Airline Magazine's "Islands of Plenty" article. Our feature is on page 59 in the article.
Our Kilauea Fire Sweet Potato and Taro Chip Mix has been featured in Esquire Magazine's "Ultimate Spicy Chip Showdown."
Chips, Sliders & Sauce. Tasty local snacks from the Hawaiian Chip Company by Jo Archibald.
Nuvo is an upscale lifestyle magazine and featured the Hawaiian Chip Company in it's Spring 2012 article "Cultural Roots: The Hawaiian tale of taro."
Country Living Magazine canvassed the country in search of the absolute best local potato chips. After crunching on more than 100 varieties, they selected 31 favorites including one from Hawaii. View Article »
During the plantation era workers in Hawaii sat together at lunch and ate a bite of whatever their co-workers brought. It might have been adobo, fried rice or teriyaki. Call it potluck, Hawaii style. View Article »