Issue No. 2

June 17, 2022

NUTHOUSE NEWS

AFF Featured In Ke Ola Magazine

We are so honored to have Ke Ola Magazine, Hawai’i Island’s Community Magazine, write a featured article about little ol’ us! They did such an amazing job telling the whole story of Ahualoa Family Farms – how it began and everything that’s been going on that allows us to make your favorite 100% Hawaiian macadamia nuts!

IT’S DEFINITELY
A FAMILY AFFAIR
Ahualoa Family Farms

“THE LIFE”

Ke Ola Magazine is a locally owned, bimonthly magazine for people who love Hawai’i Island – whether they live here full-time, part-time, or dream of being here some day soon. It’s Hawai’i Island’s only cultural and lifestyle magazine – featuring inspiring stories about the art, the food, the land, the music, the people,
the spirit, and more.

Here’s a little sneak preview of the article:

“Born and raised on a citrus ranch in Southern California, farming runs in Chad Cleveland’s blood. His father, grandfather, and great-grandfather were farmers and Chad has always loved having his hands in the dirt…”

Go read the full article here

Issue No. 2 | June 17, 2022

NUTHOUSE NEWS

AFF Featured In Ke Ola Magazine

We are so honored to have Ke Ola Magazine, Hawai’i Island’s Community Magazine, write a featured article about little ol’ us! They did such an amazing job telling the whole story of Ahualoa Family Farms – how it began and everything that’s been going on that allows us to make your favorite 100% Hawaiian macadamia nuts!

IT’S DEFINITELY
A FAMILY AFFAIR

“THE LIFE”

Ke Ola Magazine is a locally owned, bimonthly magazine for people who love Hawai’i Island – whether they live here full-time, part-time, or dream of being here some day soon. It’s Hawai’i Island’s only cultural and lifestyle magazine – featuring inspiring stories about the art, the food, the land, the music, the people, the spirit, and more.

Here’s a little sneak preview of the article:

“Born and raised on a citrus ranch in Southern California, farming runs in Chad Cleveland’s blood. His father, grandfather, and great-grandfather were farmers and Chad has always loved having his hands in the dirt…”

Go read the full article here