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Kanu Hawaii Eat Local Challenge

Schedule of Free Down to Earth Cooking Classes For September

(For the month of September)

KAPOLEI-Weekly Vegetarian Chef Andrea Bertoli Every Wednesday 5:00pm-6:00pm. 4460 Kapolei Parkway, Suite 320. Advance registration is required. Call 947-3249.

  • September 7th - Eat Your (Local) Greens! Lemon & Macadamia Nut Kale, Sautéed Bitter Greens and Soba Salad with Greens.
  • September 14th - Delicious Banana Desserts- Classic Banana Bread, Caramelized Banana Crème Pie and Banana Cookies.
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Redeeming Customer Rewards Just Got Easier!

The Down to Earth Customer Loyalty Rewards Program has been modified to make it easier for customers to receive their Rewards. Customers' points are now showing on their receipts, so they can easily see how many points they have accumulate. Cashiers will provide customers with the option to redeem their rewards immediately upon reaching the threshold for Rewards, or reserve them for future use.

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Up to 50% Savings On Bulk Cleaners Vs. Packaged Products

A new "bulk cleaners" section in the Grocery Department now lets you receive up to 50% savings on bulk laundry and dish soaps as well as cleaners compared to regular packaged products.

Save money and help save the planet by purchasing products in bulk quantities to reduce packaging. You’ll send less trash to the landfill and have money left over for other things! Purchasing foods in bulk quantities saves you money because you get to buy what you want without paying for expensive advertising and packaging that drives up costs. Check out these savings!

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    Kapolei Grand Opening Huge Success!

    Down to Earth opened its newest location at Kapolei Commons on July 2nd to a great reception! The 10,000-square-foot store is our sixth store and first in West Oahu, which until now was without a health food store. It's also our new flagship store. 'Lots of people, lots of activities, and loads of fun! The lines were long, but great sale prices made up for it!

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    Down to Earth Kapolei Celebrates Grand Opening July 2nd!

    New 10,000 Sq. Ft. Location Will Be Company's New Flagship Store; Day-Long Celebration to Feature Events, Live Entertainment, Sale Offering up to 50% Off (See PDF Below for a list of sale items) Down to Earth will celebrate the Grand Opening of its sixth store in Hawaii at Kapolei Commons on Saturday July 2, 2011. The new 10,000 square foot Kapolei location will be Down to Earth's largest store and employ 50 people. It will be the company's new flagship store.

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    Stop GMO Event to be Sponsored by Down to Earth

    by Mark Fergusson, Chief Vegetarian Officer (CEO/CFO)

    Honolulu, HI (May 10, 2011) -- A public discussion, "Why Are We Eating GMO Food: Its Health and Environmental Consequences" will be presented by Down to Earth ALL VEGETARIAN Organic & Natural on Wednesday June 8, 2011, at the Moiliili Community Center Room #105, behind Down to Earth at 2525 S. King St., Honolulu. A panel presentation and Q&A will be held from 7:00pm to 8:00pm, followed by "Call-to-Action" groups 8:00pm to 9:00pm. Attendance is free.

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    Down to Earth to Hold Job Fair for New Kapolei Location

    A Job Fair to recruit team members for Down to Earth's new Kapolei store will be held at its location in Kapolei Commons across from Target, on May 5th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The new store will open this July. Candidates are asked to bring their resume and be prepared for an interview. Openings that the company is looking to fill include management and team member positions in the Deli, Produce, and Wellness Departments, as well as cashiers and stockers.

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    Message from the CVO

    It's Green to Go Veggie!

    By: Mark Fergusson

    Chief Organic Officer (CEO/CFO)

    Down to Earth Organic & Natural

    Everyone is talking about so-called “green” solutions. It is a lucrative business for many companies. But one doesn't need to rely on business solutions to make a difference. As we think about going “green,” many people would be surprised to learn that adopting a vegetarian diet is the single most important thing a person can do to reduce one's personal impact on the environment.

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    Great American Meatout

    To celebrate the Great American Meatout this year, Down to Earth will be sampling a variety of vegetarian meat substitutes at all store locations on Monday, March 21st! This is also the same day we celebrate Meatless Mondays! Receive 10% off selected vegetarian meat substitutes every Monday in our chill and frozen departments. Look for this tag on the shelf strips:

    Meatless Monday: One Day a Week cut out Meat