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Proceeds from the Hawaii Food and Wine festival to benefit farmers suffering damage from Iselle

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Hawaii Food and Wine festival is bringing 80 of the world's top chefs to the islands. Tomorrow's event is the first of 15. Proceeds will be donated to help farmers who are recovering from Iselle.

Steve is up in the kitchen with Alan Wong, one of the event's co-founders, and Rick Sakata from the Hawaii Lowline Cattle Company, to talk more about the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival.

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