According to Saveur Magazine's June 2016 article by the same name, probably! That's because ‘ulu is one of the only staple crops in the entire world that is also a perennial tree - eliminating the need for annual planting and tilling and enhancing soil structure, nutrient availability and habitat for other plants and animals.
A single ‘ulu tree can produce upwards of 1,000 lbs. of fruit per year or even more, with huge potential to address food security and sustainability throughout the tropics. For more fascinating ‘ulu info visit the Breadfruit Institute. If you're looking to purchase trees, check out Global Breadfruit or contact us for seedlings or help air layering within Hawai‘i.