FOODS GREAT FOODS WITH HONEST PRICES!
Serving Maui for over 25 years – Supporting over 400 local vendors.
Free parking in Paia! Mana Foods leased a new gravel parking lot for it's employees and the community to park in free of charge. The parking lot is below the Patsy Mink Post Office, about a block up from Mana Foods on Baldwin Avenue.
into Mana Foods for an exceptional shopping experience. Our grocery
department has a vast array of organic, natural, international
and gourmet offerings and includes an extensive bulk department
featuring Fair Trade coffees and teas. Our produce
department emphasizes island grown and organic products including
exotic fruit, herbs and spices.
Mana has it’s own bakery that
caters to our wheat free and vegan customers, with specialty breads
and pastries baked fresh daily. For the carnivores among us our
butcher provides fresh grass fed island beef,
local seafood, organic chicken and gourmet meats.
Our DAIRY section has the largest selection of specialty cheeses on the island.
For people on the go, our amazing chefs
serve up a spread of vegan, vegetarian, and raw fare as well as natural meat
and seafood entrees. Or you can serve up your own salad featuring
a variety of organic ingredients.
Visit our abundantly full health & beauty room
for your health care needs. We have supplements, Chinese herbs, homeopathic
remedies and luscious lotions and potions for your skin and hair. Check out the various organic clothing & accessory lines, including Sierra Dew Designs.
Our house and garden department has
an eclectic assortment of goodies you won’t find at Ross so
you can MAKE MANA YOUR ONE STOP SHOP.
Excerpt from best selling author Susan Casey's book, The Wave: In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks and Giants of the Ocean.
"No one cared about your resume in Paia, or that you hadn't brushed your hair all the way through, or that your truck had seen better days. In the town's hub, a ramshackle grocery store called Mana Foods, yoga instructors shopped alongside heavily pierced drifters, and pot farmers mingled with supermodels, and Brazilian kite surfers lined up at the deli counter behind Buddhist priests, and three-hundred-pound Samoan construction workers jostled in the aisles with movie stars, and everyone got along perfectly well."