At the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative, we believe that ‘ulu is an important part of Hawai‘i’s food future. A Polynesian canoe crop, ‘ulu is a delicious, sustainable, nutritious, and versatile staple that has fed the islands for over a thousand years. And it’s one of the world’s only starches that grows on trees! By eating ‘ulu, we honor Hawai‘i’s rich cultural heritage while also helping to sequester carbon and regenerate our ‘aina. Every purchase directly supports the 100 local farm families that make up our co-op, keeps dollars in our local economy, and contributes to a healthier, more resilient Hawai‘i nei. Join the rev‘ulution!