Kauai Fungi is a family-owned environmentally friendly company specializing in the cultivation of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. Our focus at Kauai Fungi is providing the community with nutritious, fresh, local edibles, a high quality line of medicinal mushrooms and a commitment to educating people about working with mushrooms and fungi.
is a family-owned environmentally friendly company specializing in the cultivation of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. We are working to improve the health and well being of the community, our Islands and human beings worldwide. Located on 12 acres, in Kilauea, on the beautiful north shore, Kauai Fungi’s owner and chief mycologist; Philly White, his wife Tara and partner Chris Shay run the mushroom farm with joy and precision. As the only commercial mushroom farm on Kauai and one of only two in the entire state of Hawaii, we are striving to meet the needs of local consumers with fresh gourmet mushrooms.
Pink, Blue, Phoenix and Golden Oyster Mushrooms.
Where to get fresh mushrooms
Our mushrooms are available at the Hanalei, Waipa and the Kilauea Farmers Markets.
They are also found at Papayas Natural Foods, Hoku Whole Foods, Banana Joes and the Healthy Hut.
Kauai Fungi’s Oyster Mushrooms are featured on several of Kauai’s favorite restaurant menus… Bar Acuda, Kauai Pasta, Hukilau, Wahoo, the Hilton and Weston Resorts.
Mycosource Medicinals is our line of mushroom supplements.
These healthy mushroom supplements can be taken daily for increased vitality, strength and overall health.
We have 100% Reishi, Cordyceps and Blazei capsules. Also, our signature Warrior Blend which is a blend of 14 different types of mushroom mycelium.
Kauai Fungi medicinals are available in 70 capsule bottles on-line or at the markets listed above.
Please visit our website for detailed information www.kauaifungi.com
We continue to expand our on-line catalog of medicinal mushrooms, added value Organic food products, and our Fungi Wear clothing line. As our company grows we will continue to support sustainable agriculture, alternative energy solutions, and the “slow food” movement.