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No one knows when the first pineapple (“halakahiki,” or foreign fruit, in Hawaiian) arrived in Hawai‘i. Francisco de Paula Marin, a Spanish adventurer who became a trusted advisor to King Kamehameha the Great, successfully raised pineapples in the early 1800s. A sailor, Captain John Kidwell, is credited with founding Hawaii’s pineapple industry, importing and testing a number of varieties in the 1800s for commercial crop potential. James Drummond Dole expanded pineapples' potential in Hawaii.
From Guinness world records: "The longest pathway in a permanent hedge maze measures 3,962.71 m (13,001 ft) and is held by the Pineapple Garden Maze at the Dole Plantation in Wahiawa, Hawaii, USA. The maze has a total area of 12,745.79 m (3.15 acres), it opened during 1997 and expanded in size in July 2007."