The overall goal of the Food Distribution Research Society is to facilitate research, implementation of results, and education in the food distribution field.
After presenting a paper at the 2017 FDRS conference with MSU Agriculture Professor, Dr. Arbrinda Rimal, Assistant Professor Political Science, Dr. Samantha Mosier, continued her exploration of natural, native, and organic foods around the globe.
Pictured above is a statue of Lono, the Hawaiian God of Agriculture/Economy, and the site of a Lono Temple.
Pictured above is the Old Sugar Mill location where chocolate and coffee are processed. It was an old sugar cane production facility but now has been turned into a series of specialty production shops including Old Sugar Mill Coffee. Also, pictured are processed, explosive coffee beans. Apparently the white coating is explosive and is washed or removed before it is sent to consumers. Good to know. Finally, naturally drying chocolate beans