Local go-to has faves, new findsA La Carte
February 12, 2023
Story By: Stephanie Lopes | Photos by: 7-Eleven Hawaii
Visit one of the 65 7-Eleven Hawaii locations across the state and find longtime favorites — like locally sourced coffee — as well as fresh and fascinating new food options.
“Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or a midnight snack, 7-Eleven Hawaii is here as your ultimate grab-and-go destination,” says merchandising manager Debbie Poynte. “For us, convenience is all about finding high-quality, affordable, tasty, no-compromise offerings, and we strive to deliver delightful experiences for our customers.”
To quench thirst, try the newest, limited-time-only SLURPEE® flavor: Lemon Drop ($1.19, small). Created in collaboration with Harders Hawaii, Poynter describes the drink as “refreshing and light” and “perfect to mix.”
Launching Valentine’s Day is a new, sure-to-be-loved musubi. The Pork Adobo Fried Rice & Egg Musubi ($1.89, Oahu; $2.29, neighbor islands) mixes spicy and sweet for a balanced bite.
After a delicious meal, head to the 7-Eleven Hawaii cold case to indulge in refreshing dessert cups. Made-in-Honolulu delicacies include Tapioca Pudding Cups ($4.19, Oahu only), A Cake Life Cake Cups ($3.89-$4.25, Oahu only) and Pudding Cups ($2.95-$3.29, Oahu only).
“One of my favorite things about working at 7-Eleven Hawaii is people always have a memory or experience that they are eager to share,” explains marketing manager Annika Streng. “For me, that memory is stopping by 7-Eleven after elementary school with my grandma for a special treat. Even on a small budget, the possibilities were endless.”
While offerings continuously evolve, allowing for new go-to favorites, 7-Eleven Hawaii always “strives to bring that same sense of joy to people of all ages,” Streng concludes.