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          With its beginnings as a fine supper club in 1961, Kahiki Foods is now the premier manufacturer of Polynesian foods for restaurants, supermarkets, foodservice facilities of all kinds, and special events.  Available job listings are posted on the company website, along with an entertaining Blog, recipes, contests, event announcements, and a free Newsletter to your email inbox.      

Kahiki products are available in Canada, the United States, and Mexico at your favorite grocery stores and warehouse clubs. Even Dollar General stores carries Kahiki products in some states. They are more popular today than during the many years that the restaurant operated on the East Side of Columbus, Ohio. Click the link for more:

Kahiki Foods – Best Polynesian Grocer in Ohio


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