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Shopping for week at a condo for two in Maui

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I'd like to stock up on fresh island fruits and veg on our way to our condo in Wailea. I have read that Costco on Maui has great fresh produce (and really good, fresh poke). It has also been suggested that Cash and Carry would be a good place to pick up local produce. Kumu Farms at the Maui Tropical Plantation has also been mentioned as a good place to pick up fresh produce.

We arrive on a Thursday and the farmer's markets in Kihei aren't until Saturday and would prefer not to wait until then.

Do you have any recent experiences with the Costco ON Maui, the Cash and Carry or Kumu Farms?

I shop at Costco all the time at home, so I know what I am in for. Apparently, the one on Maui has a lot of items unique to Hawaii, which intrigues me

Thanks.

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