Tutu's Pantry has been recognized for many years as the best place to buy both Hawaii-made and Maui-made products on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The location in the Kihei Kalama Village shopping complex has been around for years, and you will only find products that are genuine 100 percent made in Hawaii.
Featuring jams, jellies, seasonings, sauces, butters, oils and much more, Tutu's Pantry strives to sell the best and most flavorful Hawaiian products. There's also a large selection of Hawaiian coffee and teas, along with pancake mixes and syrups, and salts and sugars. They can also customize a gift basket for you and you can also order through their web site.
Looking for authentic Hawaiian-made products to take back as souvenirs or gifts? Trying to find some gourmet Hawaiian items for cooking and entertaining? You've just got to visit Tutu's Pantry in Kihei.
Kihei Kalama Village
1914 South Kihei Road
Open: Daily from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Directions. Tutu's Pantry is located in the heart of Kihei on the southwest side of Maui. It's across from the highly-visible replica of a Humpback Whale at Kalama Beach Park, across the street from the Kihei Kalama Village shopping center. It's easy-to-find and has plenty of parking.
- The Kihei Kalama Shopping complex is under one roof and can get hot in the mid-afternoon hours. Visit Tutu's Pantry just after they open at 10 a.m. or in the cooler evening hours before they close at 7:30 p.m.
- Try a local institution in Local Boyz Shave Ice, located at the front of the shopping center.
- Hit the beaches of Kihei in the morning, then go shopping at the Kihei Kalama Village shopping complex in the evening. There's some good restaurants located within a short walking distance.
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The island of Maui is known for great beaches and snorkeling/diving place, and the town of Lahaina on the west side is a historic whaling town that's fun to visit. Experience another Hawaiian island by taking the ferry from Lahaina Harbor to the island of Lanai.