Our Mission... To be the best natural foods store in the eyes of our customers, suppliers and employees.We believe in a long term commitment to the success of the natural foods industry.Honest, ethical and fair relationships with our customers,suppliers and employees.Constant quality improvement and innovation.Consistent, superior service as evaluated by our customers.
Starting today The Source Natural Foods Store will not knowingly bring in any products containing GMO ingredients.Listen to Damian & Karen share their 43 years in the Natural Foods Industry every Saturday on 1080 AM at 9 AM. Follow us on facebook: THE SOURCE NATURAL FOODS-HAWAII'S FIRST CERTIFIED ORGANIC STORE. Sign up for a box of Organic Produce to be picked up at the store every Friday. Each box is $25+tax and contains Certified Organic local and mainland fresh fruits and vegetables+ bonus. Every Thursday all produce is discounted 20%. The Source Natural Food Store is the first Certified Organic store in Hawaii. What this means is that we follow certain standards and procedures in the handling of groceries and produce. We have certificates from all our farmers proving that their farms are inspected and meet the standards to be Organic.Listen to KWAI Radio, 1080 on the AM dial Saturday Mornings to "The Source Nutritional Hour" 9-10 AM. What works? What's best? Customers want to know how our products can benefit them. With knowledge comes solutions. Our well trained staff is unique. We find out what your needs are and then we help you to choose your options.Our goal is to delight the customer with positive results. One of things that makes our store so unique is our Nutritional Consultant, Karen Paul.
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Be sure that you keep your body moving inside and out. Those individuals that lead a more sedentary life often have more health problems. Circulation derived from exercise/movement is necessary to keep our muscles and bones strong, our organs healthy and our brains sharp. So, get up and move every 30 minutes if possible. If your schedule requires long drives stop and take a break. Bring along healthy snacks and water and take time to enjoy nature whenever possible. ... more