Agriculture Drives Hawaii’s Economy

  • Hawaii crops contribute $667 million to the state’s economy.
  • Top crops grown include coffee, sugar cane, macadamia nuts, and papayas.

Crop Insurance Is Vital to Hawaii’s Agricultural Sector

  • In 2017, farmers purchased 158 crop insurance policies to cover 28,544 acres providing $133 million in liability protection.
  • Farmers paid $410,706 for this insurance coverage.
  • Crop insurers paid $920,327 to cover crop losses.

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Companies Writing Crop Insurance in Hawaii Include:

CGB Diversified Services


Rural Community Insurance Services