Lots of fresh fruits and vegetables at reasonable prices. However, just a word of warning, you might have trouble flying out of Hawaii with certain produce depending on your destination.
This is THE place for fresh pineapples. They ask if you'll eat it today or later and will pick a pineapple based on it's ripeness. These pineapples are sweet, juicy, and firm. Definitely, check this place out.
What else besides pineapple would you get at a Hawaiian farmer's market, but fresh coconut. And where else would you get fresh coconut cut and served with a straw for only $5? Right here. The guy will cut a small hole in the top for you to drink at your leisure as you wander around the Farmer's Market.
He will also cut open the coconut so you can eat the meat after finishing your drink. I saw a few people snacking on fresh coconut in the shell.
Lumpia are like a Filipino spring roll. They are deli....wait, what's that? Chocolate!
There are a few chocolate vendors today, but this I really liked this one the last time. Malie Kai Chocolates are one of the few coming from the North Shore and as you can see, they have the "Rarest Chocolate on Earth". The dark has a deeper, rich flavor, but with a (very) slight bitter aftertaste. The milk chocolate is a bit smoother, though not as strong.
If that wasn't enough chocolate for you, there is a stand for chocolate chip cookies.
If you want savory instead of sweet, the Farmer's Market also has breakfast and lunch items.
And to wash all of that down, there is nothing like a morning cup of coffee.
For the ladies, you can do some shopping.
Okay, I was forced to include the last two pictures and don't know much about orchids or Honey Girl all-natural skin care products. Since a lot of couples will be visiting, I was HIGHLY encouraged to include these items so the women can shop, while the guys check out the food. I'll update and add to this post as I try other vendors.
For more information, here's the link to KCC Farmer's Market:
Hope this helps!