We’re Thrilled To Announce Our New Michigan Vendors!
Naturally Nutty Peanut Butter
Naturally Nutty Peanut Butter began with a Mom in Traverse City who loved peanut butter and began searching for a pure, healthy product with all natural and organic ingredients that she could
feel good about feeding to herself and her kids. When she couldn’t find the perfect product she was looking for, she decided to create it herself! Naturally Nutty offers a variety of nut and seed butters featuring many unique recipes such as cherry butter toffee peanut butter and pepita sun oatmeal seed butter. Each recipe is created in small, careful batches to ensure health and happiness for peanut butter lovers of all ages!
Evergreen Market is a local foods market just north of Traverse City that features Michigan-made products and locally grown foods. Evergreen Market works with over 50 local farmers and a variety of local food producers to stock their shelves, but they also make many of their own unique products. Homemade pies, tamales, kale chips and apple granola bars just to name a few! If you are in Traverse City, be sure to stop in and check them out! With a great variety of products, there is sure to be something for everyone in the family.
Second Spring Farm
Second Spring Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm located near Cedar, Michigan on the beautiful Leelanau peninsula. Founded by Reid Johnston in 2008, the farm strives to produce some of the most delicious, nutritious, and beautiful vegetables in northern Michigan – and they’re definitely succeeding! With absolutely beautiful produce piled high, their market stand is easily one of the most colorful you’ve ever seen. Second Spring’s produce is available at area farmers markets, Oryana Natural Foods Market, and is frequently found on the menus of local restaurants.
Fresh Food Fairy
The Fresh Food Fairy thinks that fresh food is the best! And we think The Fresh Food Fairy is pretty great, too! Not only does she make small batches of kale chips, using locally grown kale and organic ingredients whenever possible, but she also offers nutrition programs for students in Kalamazoo schools to help them make positive associations with fresh food. Her kale chips, also known as “Kaleamazoo Chips”, come in two unique and delicious flavors including “Lemony Kick-It” and “Lime Coconut”! We are happy to be offering these fun and healthy snacks in Kalamazoo campaigns.
Water Street Coffee
Water Street Coffee is a local coffee roaster in Kalamazoo, Michigan. They source the finest green coffee beans and craft them by hand in their roasting machines, carefully monitoring the roasting process to reveal unique flavors and ensure a high quality cup of coffee every time! Frequent taste testing also ensures the quality of their roasts batch after batch. Water Street Coffee also has four cafés in the Kalamazoo area. If you are in the area, be sure to stop by for a delicious cup of coffee to warm you up on a cold winter day!
BarrieBeau Herb Farm
At BarrieBeau Herb Farm, herbs, flowers and heirloom vegetables are organically grown and preserved in each of their products for you to enjoy. BarrieBeau Herb Farm was established on the belief that herbs and flowers deserve special attention in our lives to enhance, soothe and nourish our souls and bring harmony into our homes. Some of her products include a culinary herb rub, herb infused jelly and a variety of organic herbal teas! We are so happy to now be offering these products in our Grand Rapids campaigns!
Grand Rapids Coffee Roasters
Grand Rapids Coffee Roasters are a locally owned micro-roaster, known for their exceptionally smooth and well-balanced coffee. They say this is because they roast their coffee slowly and over a lower heat to ensure a smooth, never bitter cup of coffee! Their coffee roasting facility is open to the public every Saturday from 10am-3pm. Come pick up some coffee, see how the magic happens and enjoy custom roasted coffee while you wait!
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