Our mailing address;
PO Box 1710
Honokaa, Hawaii 96727
42-1019 Hawaii Belt Road, Paauilo, Hawaii 96776
We are still baking cookies to supply the stores but not taking in any walk-in customers till furhter notice. This is due to the concern with the current health crisis.
Māhalo for your patience and cooperation.
Donna’s Cookies became a legal cooperation on April 10, 1988 and has been going strong ever since. Prior to that, the founder, Donna Fry (Kamimura) would make cookies, sushi and other local favorites and sell them at Farmer’s Markets in Waimea where she grew up. There was so much of a demand for the cookies that she opened a certified kitchen in Honokaa to bake the cookies. After a couple of years she moved to her current location in Kainehe Village near Paauilo.
100% of the ingredients in the cookies can be found at your local grocery store. We have some industrial equipment, but we do things the old fashion way which gives the cookies its homemade taste. The process we use has not changed in the 30 years of operation. Although we still have a few of the original employees, some have retired within the last couple of years. We miss them, but it is always great to see them around town.
Foodland Farms Mauna Lani, Foodland Super Market Kamuela, Higway X-press Pepeekeo, Island Gourmet Markets Waikoloa, Kawailani Market, Keaukaha General Store, KTA stores (Kamuela, Kailua-Kona, Keauhou, Keawe, and Puainako), K. Takata Store Kapaau, Malama Market Honokaa, Puako Store, Paauilo Store, Earl’s Waimea, Matsuyama Market 1&2 Kona, Manono Mini Mart Hilo, Myles Tamashiro LLC Keahole Airport, Ocean View Market, Mizuno Superette Pahala
Island Grocery Depot Lahaina/Kahului, Maui Style Market Kahului, TJ’s Warehouse Outlet Wailuku
Foodland Super Market (Aina, Haina, Ala Moana, Beretania, Ewa Beach, Kailua, Kaneohe, Kapolei, Market City, Pearl City and Waipio), Tamura’s Store (Haaula, Kalaeloa, Wahiawa and Waianae), Times Supermarket (Aiea, Beretania, Kahala, Kailua, Kaimuki, Kamehameha, Kaneohe, Koolau, Royal Kunia, Liliha, Marukai, McCully, Mililani Town Center, Waimalu and Waipahu) & Don Quijote