HONOLULU (KHON2) — Some people got up early to work on their Thanksgiving meal all morning.
While others got started in the afternoon.
Here’s a look at Foodland Farms in Ala Moana.
Many people were picking up items like turkey, mashed potatoes, and some other non-traditional fixings.
“I came back to get some poke sushi from Foodland. They already have it packaged and plattered up. It was definitely a good deal and to get fresh fish on Thanksgiving day. It’s such a lifesaver,” said Palolo shopper Waikane Sarcedo.
If you forgot something for your Thanksgiving dinner, all Foodland locations will be open until 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving night.