Hawaii Mom Blog: Low International Food - Big Island, Hawaii




March 31, 2016

Low International Food - Big Island, Hawaii

Low International Food is a restaurant, deli, caterer and bakery located in Hilo, Hawaii. They make the best fresh fruit breads. They are so soft and moist.  I love to eat them plain or toast it with some butter.  They go perfect with coffee.  

I picked up the Taro Bread, Rainbow Bread and Passion Fruit Bread.  They have a subtle flavor and are very yummy. I also bought the Lillikoi, Rainbow and Guava shortbread cookies.  They are really good butter shortbread cookies.  You definitely cannot eat just one.

If you are ever on the Big Island, check out Low International Food.  They have a variety of fresh fruit breads and butter shortbread cookies.  They make good omiyage.

Visit their website: http://www.lif.g2gm.com

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