Rancho Aloha at the Mauna Kea

For more than three years Rancho Aloha’s Prize-Winning Medium Roast Kona Coffee has been proudly offered at the Manta...

Coqui Frogs in Paradise

The coqui frog is a newcomer that hitchhiked its way to Hawaii’s paradise. This tiny frog — about the size of a quart...

Website Award for Rancho Aloha

Since the year 2000, the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival has included a Kona Coffee Website Competition as part of the ...

Kona Coffee in Europe

Kona coffee is one of the world’s premium specialty coffees — but Kona’s coffee growers are just beginning to build o...

Coffee and Long Life

Many of us have seen the recent news articles describing the study published in May of this year in the New England ...

Coffee Berry Borer in Holualoa

The coffee berry borer (CBB) is a tiny beetle (smaller than a pinhead) that bores into coffee berries as they ripen ...

Petition Against House Bill No. 280

Rancho Aloha needs your help! The Hawaii State Legislature — at the request of the Honolulu 10% Blenders and their a...

Aloha Shirts

On May 4, 2011, Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie issued a proclamation recognizing 2011 as the Year of the Aloha Shi...

Safeway Class Action Lawsuit

The ‘Safeway Select Kona Blend’ saga continues. Alerted to Safeway’s deceptive label by the Kona Coffee Farmers Assoc...

Safeway Sees the Light

Congratulations to our friends & colleagues at the Kona Coffee Farmers Association for their success! See below f...

Safeway Boycott

On the US mainland Safeway has been selling a ‘Safeway Select Kona Blend.’ The label urges consumers to ‘revel in the...

Honey Bees in Kona

Although honey bees are not native to the Hawaiian Islands, these wonderful little creatures are efficient pollinator...
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