Spam is a hot commodity in Hawaii 23 Oct 17

Spam is becoming a hot commodity in Hawaii. Cans of Spam have become a common items that’s being stolen from Honolulu stores and then sold for quick cash on the streets. Hawaii News Now reported alcohol has typically been targeted in the past, but more recently cans of Spam have gone missing. Authorities say it’s because it’s easy to sell. Hawaiians eat millions of cans of Spam a year, the nation’s highest per-capita consumption of the processed mealt, which is cobbled together from a mixture of pork shoulder, ham, sugar and salt.