Over the last three years, we have partnered with Keiki O Ka ‘Aina and the Laulima Giving Program during the holiday season to spread cheer and support their mission of bringing companies and individuals together in Hawai‘i.
As the world’s original convenience store, 7-Eleven remains the largest chain in the convenience retailing industry, with 77,000 stores worldwide in 17 countries.
7-Eleven Hawai‘i partnered with the students and faculty of the Culinary Arts Programs at Kapiolani Community College and Leeward Community College to present the 3rd Annual On The Line recipe competition, challenging culinary students to create a healthy bento or entrée.
7-Eleven Hawai‘i has previously given out free small SLURPEE® to celebrate its birthday, but this year the company opted to modify the festivities to accommodate social distancing.
New on the menu starting March 9 are two ramen bowls that combine flavors of Hawai‘i with classic renditions. First up is the Spicy Tan Tan Ramen ($4.99 O‘ahu; $6.29 neighbor islands) that’s got a bit of a kick.
Gumption is what fueled Kainoa Reloza’s decision to enter a 7-Eleven Hawaii bento competition with his healthy version of sinigang, a traditional Filipino sour soup.