Over many years and throughout multiple generations, Aloha Petroleum has established itself as a kama‘aina company with deep roots in the islands.

Aloha Island Mart had its beginnings in 1992, when Aloha Petroleum acquired 5 Circle K locations. Aloha Island Mart has grown to now include 52 locations across 4 islands. We offer more choices than ever before, and our service is always friendly, fast and easy.

Because of the hard work of our Aloha Island Mart employees, we were proud to be named Retailer of the Year in 2018 by the Retail Merchants of Hawaii.

An Aloha Petroleum fuel pump.


Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. was established by purchasing some of the Hawaii assets from Phillips 66.

An Aloha Gas credit card

Late 1970s

Aloha introduced the save-a-$ club Card, allowing customers to save up to 8¢ per gallon on all fuel purchases.

The storefront of an Aloha Gas


Aloha acquired 5 former Circle K locations. Aloha Island Mart was the name chosen for the company’s convenience stores, which now include 52 locations.

Shell station gas pumps and storefront


 Aloha acquired Shell Hawaii, including 32 stations, five fuel distribution terminals and other assets.

The interior of the Aloha Island Mart Kahala.


Aloha Island Mart Kahala wins top honors in the Convenience Store News national design contest for their “The Sky’s the Limit Remodel” award category.

The Sunoco LP Logo


Aloha Petroleum becomes a subsidiary of Sunoco LP. https://www.sunocolp.com/

The sign for the Menehune food mart, and a subways sign above it on a beige wall.


Aloha acquired MFM, Inc.’s Hawaii assets on Kauai which included two Subway restaurants, two Shell fuel stations, and three Menehune Food Mart stores.

A Dunkin' Donuts storefront


Aloha enters a franchise agreement with Dunkin’ to open 15 new Dunkin’ restaurants in Hawaii. Currently, there are 5 locations on Oahu.

The Ho'okele Award


Aloha Island Mart named winner of the Ho‘okele Award for Retailer of the Year in Hawaii, presented by the Retail Merchants of Hawaii.