Aloha, I'm Kanani
My husband Rooke and I have five keiki, the namesakes of HI Five ‘Ulu. As a stay at home mom, my life revolves around feeding Shiloh(7), Emma(4), Ezra(2), Colbie(1) and Norah(1). Sometimes my kitchen feels more like a restaurant! In 2011 when our first child was born, Rooke planted the baby’s piko under an ‘ulu tree. That was my first introduction to ‘ulu, Hawaiian breadfruit, and I have been learning to cook with it ever since.
HI Five ‘Ulu may be a small company, but I also want it to have a purposeful impact in Hawai’i. In order to do so, HI Five ‘Ulu donates 10% of sales to local charities throughout the state of Hawai’i.
The heart of HI Five ‘Ulu is to bring you ‘ono breadfruit products with purpose. We are excited to build a stronger community with you.
Love and Aloha,
‘Ulu, also known as breadfruit, has a rich history in Polynesia. Once a staple in Hawaiian diets, it is positioned to regain much of its popularity. In mature stages, it can be used as a vegetable or starch. Ripe, it is soft and sweet, excellent for desserts.
Check out The Breadfruit Institute for more information about ‘ulu.
Try Our 'Ulu Chips
Breadfruit is thinly sliced, fried in canola oil and seasoned lightly. Tastier than a potato chip and healthier! Try Original, Garlic Butter and Sriracha.
Buy 'Ulu Chips and 'Ulu Poi on Oahu
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Also Find 'Ulu Chips at the Hawaiian Chip Company