AKAMAI means smart in Hawaiian, and we try to make nutritionally "smart" food that doesn't taste "healthy". In other words, we make health food for foodies.

We began as a healthy themed restaurant, but we started selling our Hawaiian style oatcakes at the Saturday Farmer's Market on the campus of Kapiolani Community College (on Diamond Head Road) in September of 2003. Demand for our oatcakes has been growing ever since. Die-hard visitors who sampled our oatcakes on their way to hiking Diamond Head have been calling and asking us to mail our products to them for years. You can now order our products on-line, as opposed to mailing a check to us (although that still works too).

If your introduction to our oatcakes is via the internet, we encourage you to visit us at the Saturday Market (from 7:30-11am) if you are in town. The market is a festive cornucopia of locally grown and produced products bound together with a spirit of ohana (family) amid the backdrop of beautiful Leahi (Diamond Head). Sample local goods, sit in the shade while listening to the musicians before tackling the summit hike.

Our contact information:

Akamai Foods, LLC
P.O.Box 61556
Honolulu, HI 96839

Tel: (808)554-9240

Shipping Information:

We currently send all orders via priority mail flat-rate postage boxes (3-5 days). We generally require an additional week to process your order. You should receive your order within 10 working days.


Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If you are unhappy with our products, call Sharon at (808) 554-9240 or email us. We will gladly replace the item(s) or give you a full refund, less the shipping cost. We would also appreciate any feedback you have.

Orders will generally go out within 48 hours. If you wish to cancel or change your order, please call within 24 hours of placing it.


1. Where can we buy Akamai Foods products in Hawaii?

Always in the refrigerated sections, our oatcakes are sold in several locations on O’ahu. You can buy bags of 3 oatcakes at Select Times Supermarkets, Down to Earth Natural Foods and Kale’s Natural Foods.

You can find fresh oatcakes for sale at all Hawaii Farm Bureau Farmer's Markets: Blaisdell Center (on the lawn in front of the concert hall) Wednesday, 4pm-7pm (free parking for market customers) Kailua (Parking structure behind Macy's) Thursday, 5pm-7:30pm Kapiolani Comm. College Saturday, 7:30am-11am Mililani High School (parking lot near the gym) Sunday, 8am-11am

2. Do you have different flavors?

We have seasonal flavors that we rotate every couple of months, including Reduced Sugar Carrot-Pineapple with Coconut, and Banana Berry (with Cranberries and blueberries). Call or email if you are interested.

3. What is the best way to keep the oatcakes?

It is best to freeze the oatcakes as soon as you get them. Reheat before you eat in a toaster oven or microwave. If you just let them thaw, it will be dry,much like bread from the freezer. The oatcakes will keep months in the freezer.

4. Should I refrigerate my fruitcake?

Refrigeration is not necessary, but refrigerating overnight makes it easier to slice. Once open, keep it in an airtight container or bag, and brush it with a little brandy or rum, and it should keep for approximately 1 month. Un-open, the cake should keep for a year.

5. Why is flaxseed good for you?

Flaxseed is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and lignans (antioxidants). Omega-3 fatty acids are known to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and promote heart health. Plant lignans may help to prevent certain hormonal based cancers.