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Down to Earth Organic & Natural will relocate and expand its 6,000 square foot Kailua store into a 15,000 square foot space in the former Macy’s Building that is being re-developed by Alexander & Baldwin Inc. The new Down to Earth Kailua store is planned to open in late 2018/early 2019.

  • News Releases from Down to Earth

Down to Earth to Build New Pearlridge Store

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Honolulu, HI (Jan. 25, 2017) -- Down to Earth Organic & Natural has signed a long-term lease with Washington Prime Group, of Columbus, Ohio, for a new, stand-alone 10,000 square foot store that will be built at the Pearlridge Shopping Center on Oahu.  Pearlridge Center is the largest enclosed shopping center in Hawaii.  The new Down to Earth store is planned to open in the second half of 2018.

  • Events

VegFest Was Huge Success!

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Ohau’s first-ever VegFest was a huge success!  Held Sat. Sept. 24th at the Honolulu Hale, there were 40+ booths (Food, health, environment, music) and nearly 5,000 people attended.  Mayor Caldwell addressed the crowd and said park management reported that, for a first-year event, the huge attendance was unprecedented. He hoped it would turn into an annual event. Sen. Mike Gabbard presented a State Senate Resolution of Commendation to Joy Waters, festival producer. We hope to see you next year!


  • Health Issues

Diet-Related Illnesses Cost U.S. Economy $1 Trillion Annually

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Down to Earth found that the U.S.’s top five diet-related chronic diseases cost the U.S. economy a staggering $1 trillion each year! This is an estimate of direct medical costs and the indirect impact of productivity losses due to illness and premature death associated with chronic heart disease and stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and osteoporosis.

  • Label GMO's

Down to Earth Celebrates Non-GMO Month

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October is Non-GMO Month.  So, you might ask, what are GMOs?

Genetically Modified Organisms, called GMOs, are plants or animals with cells that scientists have altered genetically. They do this by inserting a gene from one organism into another similar organism—or between non-related species. The idea is to develop new plants or animals with specific desired traits and then grow them as food.

  • Down to Earth in the News

Down to Earth Voted Best Health Food Store 2016

Down to Earth has again won the Star-Advertiser’s People’s Choice Award for 2016 Best Health Food Store. Ten years in a row!

The announcement was made in the Star-Advertiser on Sunday, June 19th. The award was selected by readers, who had to fill out a hard-copy form and mail it in.  So the result is a true reflection of our standing in the community.