TIMES SUPERMARKETS TEMPORARILY PULL LIMU (OGO) OFF SHELVES

TIMES SUPERMARKETS TEMPORARILY PULL LIMU (OGO) OFF SHELVES

November 10th, Honolulu, Hawaii – Times Supermarkets, as courtesy to its shoppers, has temporarily removed all raw limu (ogo) from its wide selection of poke products. Shoppers may be aware that the state is investigating 14 cases of salmonella on Oahu that are believed to be linked to tainted limu from an Oahu seaweed farm. Although the product has not been officially recalled, the health and safety of Times’ shoppers is the company’s primary concern.

“With over 60 varieties of Hawaii’s favorite poke, we’re sure our customers will find something they’ll enjoy while the state concludes its investigation,” said Derek Iha, Director of Seafood for Times Supermarket.

Times pledges to keep customers informed though our Facebook page as we learn more about when the product will become available again. To like us please visit https://www.facebook.com/timessupermarkets/

 

About Times Supermarkets

Times Supermarkets has been one of Hawaii’s favorite supermarkets for over 75 years. What started off as a dream shared by two Okinawan immigrants working on Hawaii’s sugar plantations has grown to include 24 supermarket locations including 17 Times locations, 5 Big Save Markets, Shima’s Supermarket, and fine wine and specialty food shop, Fujioka’s Wine Times. For added shopping convenience Times also has in-store Pharmacies on the islands of Oahu and Maui. www.timessupermarket.com