Former Wahiawa warehouse to become facility for training food entrepreneurs

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Former Wahiawa warehouse to become facility for training food entrepreneurs

The University of Hawaii is proposing to turn a metal warehouse in Wahiawa formerly owned by Tamura’s into a value-added product development center where students from Leeward Community College can develop the skills to become food-product entrepreneurs. The state Department of Agriculture’s Agribusiness Development Corp. bought the property at 1001 California Ave. in November 2013 for $4.29 million. The cost to repurpose the L-shaped building, which fronts California Avenue and Plum Street,…

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By | 2019-11-09T00:56:23+00:00 November 9th, 2019|Education|

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