Kehalani Foodland almost ready to open
FIRST PHOTO: Jade Painting Inc. painter Conrad Cordeiro sprays a pair of yellow lines Tuesday afternoon near the entrance of the soon-to-open Foodland store at the Kehalani Village Center in Wailuku.
SECOND PHOTO: Inside, Mie Hegazi, manager for the R. Field Wine Co. portion of the Foodland store, tidies a display of Big Island macadamia nuts and coffee as she and her crew prepare for next week’s store opening. Hegazi said that among the items scheduled to be offered in the gourmet food and wine section will be local artesian products, meats, cheese, salads and prepared food. The 35,000-square- foot supermarket is scheduled to open June 25, according to Foodland officials. It will include an American Savings Bank and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.