Albert and Wallace Teruya started Times Supermarket in 1949 on the sugar plantations of Hawaii. In 2002, Times Supermarket was acquired by PAQ, which is a regional chain of supermarkets that includes Food4Less and Hispanic stores. The company's stores feature grocery, produce, meat, pharmacy and food services departments. It offers a range of gourmet, natural and organic items. Each Times Supermarket store also operates wine and beer departments that serve beverages for parties and weddings. It offers beef and pork meats from Sterling Silver. Times Supermarket stocks an assortment of desserts, pies, cakes, cookies, brownies, bars, pastries, baked croissants, scones and doughnuts. Its pharmacy center provides prescription refills, educational classes in diabetes and consultation services. It also offers Royal Card applications, Traveler s Express money orders, online coupons and cleaning equipment rental services. The company's photo center provides print processing and movie creation services. In addition, it organizes various fundraising activities. Times Supermarket maintains a location in Honolulu.