Coffees of Hawaii

Coffees of Hawaii Privacy Policy

Coffees of Hawaii is highly sensitive to the privacy interests of consumers and believes that the protection of those interests is one of its most significant responsibilities. In acknowledgment of its obligations, Coffees of Hawaii has adopted the following privacy policy applicable to information about consumers that it acquires in the course of its business:

1. Acquisition of Information.
We do not acquire any more information about consumers than is required by law or is otherwise necessary to provide a high level of service efficiently and securely.

2. Our Employees and Privacy.
We train all of our employees about the importance of privacy. We give access to information about consumers only to those employees who require it to perform their jobs.

3. Security Measures.
We make access to privacy-sensitive information subject to rigorous procedural and technological controls, consistent with legal requirements and the demands of customer service.

4. Disclosure to Third Parties.
We will provide individually-identifiable information about consumers to third parties only if we are compelled to do so by order of a duly-empowered governmental authority, we have the expressed permission of the consumer, or it is necessary to process transactions and provide our services.

5. Privacy and Our Business Partners.
When we make our technology or services available to business partners, we will not share with them any more consumer information than is necessary, and we will make every reasonable effort to assure, by contract or otherwise, that they use our technology and services in a manner that is consistent with this privacy policy.

Questions. If you have questions about this privacy policy, please send an e-mail.


We are not just 100% committed to offering the finest Hawaiian premium coffees: 100% Molokai coffee, 100% Kona coffee and 100% Maui coffee. We also are 100% committed to supporting the revitalization of both culture and ecology in our home, the Hawaiian islands. That's why we donate 1% of revenues to this cause. More than that, we actively support the people of our home-base island, Molokai, which many consider to be the most traditionally Hawaiian of all the islands. We must be pono–that is, doing the right thing. The native culture teaches this by example: It takes strength and courage, smarts and passion, to malama the aina–to take care of the spirit of the land that feeds us. We want to be part of that tradition.

Malama Hawaii. There is nothing like it anywhere else on planet Earth.