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The Fall Food & New Product Show is Baking Up Something Extra Sweet This Year

(Sponsored) The three-day event on Oct. 11 through 13, 2019, will feature more sweet treats than ever with the inaugural Hawai‘i Cookie Con & Sweet Expo.


2019 Food & New Product Show

Photos: courtesy of Sweet Mango, UBAE


Returning to the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall Oct. 11 through 13, the Food & New Product Show will feature more than 200 exhibitors offering food samples, innovative new products for the home and locally made goods by jewelry makers and artisans. In addition to the fourth annual Pumpkin Festival and just-for-kids Keikipreneur Zone, where young entrepreneurs will market their own products with the help of Mom and Dad, this year the three-day event will feature a brand-new attraction: the inaugural Hawai‘i Cookie Con & Sweet Expo, where you can satisfy your sweet tooth with a showcase of treats, cookies and desserts made by local vendors.


2019 Fall Food & New Product Show

Blaisdell Exhibition Hall

Friday, Oct. 11 | 5–9 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 | 10 a.m.–9 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 13 | 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Free entry with this printout compliments of HONOLULU Magazine.

Skip the Box Office and enter directly at the event entrance. One printout per person for free entry.


Tickets ($4 for general admission, $3 for active military members, students and seniors 60 years and older) will be available for purchase at the Blaisdell Box Office 15 minutes before the doors open each day of the event. Entry is free for children 12 years and younger when accompanied by a paying adult.


The Fall Food & New Product Show is a community event organized by Pacific Expos, producer of Hawai‘i’s largest consumer expos. For more information on The Fall Food & New Product Show, follow @pacificexposhawaii and @hawaiicookieconandsweetexpo on Instagram. For more information on Pacific Expos’ lineup of events, visit pacificexpos.com.

Pacific Expos


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