You love KING’S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet bread. Now it’s easier than ever to share aloha among friends and family with unique gift options from the new King’s Hawaiian online shopping site.
The new King’s Hawaiian online store is also the only place where coffee lovers can find the ideal complement to our irresistible bread and rolls-rare and delicious KING’S HAWAIIAN 100% Moloka’i Royal Whole Bean Coffee and Toasted Coconut Moloka’i Royal Whole Bean Coffee. In 1865, Hawaii’s King Kamehameha V chose the rainforests of Moloka’i as the ideal place to grow his personal supply of “royal” coffee and coconuts. King’s Hawaiian has rediscovered the unique coffee-growing microclimate that Moloka’i has to offer-bountiful sunlight tempered by cooling trade winds, red volcanic soils and the natural purity of an island that still doesn’t even have a traffic light. The result is a perfect cup of coffee and a delicious way to share Aloha Spirit.
“Consumers told us they wanted a convenient way to buy and share their favorite KING’S HAWAIIAN products and gifts with friends and family,” said Courtney Taira, granddaughter of company founder Robert R. Taira. “We have put together a unique assortment of products for fans of KING’S HAWAIIAN-everything from coffee to authentic Hawaiian shirts. There is something to fit everyone’s gift list.”
Early holiday shoppers can take advantage of a special pre-holiday promotion. Through December 18, all purchases are 20 percent off with the promotional code, AlohaM1. The secure shopping site accepts all major credit cards.
Founded more than 60 years ago in Hilo, Hawaii, by Robert R. Taira, King’s Hawaiian is a family-owned business that for three generations has been dedicated to making irresistible, original recipe Hawaiian foods made with Aloha Spirit. Kings Hawaiian makes the #1 branded dinner roll in the United States, and operates more than 270,000 square feet of baking facilities in Torrance, California and Oakwood, Georgia. For more information, visit the company’s website at kingshawaiian.com, “Like” King’s Hawaiian on Facebook and follow King’s Hawaiian on Twitter.