Maui Preserved creates condiments using locally procured produce and other items to create their signature jams, pickles, sauces and syrups.
"The mission of Maui Preserved is to deliver farm-fresh produce into your pantries while protecting Maui's ability to grow and eat locally," said a written release from the company. "Maui Preserved allows our farmers to sell their produce reliably while maintaining stride to make Hawai'i more sustainable. We are preserving our island's food culture one jar at a time. Our products start and finish in Maui, giving a dependable excellence to our customers."
Maui Preserved was started in 2010 by Maleta Van Loan and Anthony LaBua. Van Loan is a graduate of The Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts in New York. LaBua has worked under Todd English and also served as sous chef at Pure Food and Wine. Both have Certificates of Food Protection from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene of New York. The certification is considered one of the highest standards on food safety in the nation.
Maui Preserve creates condiments using locally procured produce and other items to create their signature pickles, beets, sauces, jams and syrups.
All products are hand-packed in Ha'iku. For more information, visit www.mauipreserved.com.