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Recipe: Tiny Isle Lilikoi Mac Nut Dressing

This simple tropical dressing is typical of the kind of quickly-made dressing we use on freshly-harvested edible greens from the garden or farmer's market.

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Tiny Isle featured on HiNow Television

As a participant in the Hawaii Seal of Quality program of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Tiny Isle was featured on a recent segment of the Hi Now show on...

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Loss of Wild Macadamia Trees Threatens Genetic Diversity

Wild macadamia trees are disappearing from their native habitat. According to an article published in The Guardian, "In a nutshell: how the macadamia became a 'vulnerable' species", Macadamia tetraphylla, a species...

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Local Macadamia Nut Milk Available

For our Kauai customers, our production team Ona and Inana are making fresh macadamia nut milk every week. This mac nut milk is a rich full-fat product using the whole...

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Tiny Isle and 8 Billion Trees

We humans are currently experiencing a world wide epidemic that affects our lungs. Trees are known as the lungs of the earth. Is this a coincidence? We are also collectively,...

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On Macadamia Nuts and Organic Certification

We sometimes get asked whether Tiny Isle products are organic. The answer is, as far as certification goes, no. As far as food quality and food ethics are concerned, we...

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Kauai Vanilla Beans on Offer

As many of you know, we also have a vanillery here on Kauai. This is the first big year for beans out of our vanillery, and we now have beans...

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The Chocolate Thief

Deep in the wilds of Minneapolis Minnesota lurks a wily Chocolate Thief.  A few days ago our friendly Minneapolis Tiny Isle customers arrived home to find to their surprise that...

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FDA: "Love" is not an Ingredient

Well, the official word is out, we're no longer allowed to put love into our products. Just kidding...really we're just not allowed to list "love" as in ingredient on our...

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