Retailers hope to breathe new life into Michigan's economy by identifying locally produced items throughout the store
Community Tea House owner Alice Gambee demonstrates how to steep loose tea, single mom Polly Levy-Carpentar distributes samples of her homemade cakes, and Elaine Wyatt and Paula Kauffman share B'Drizzled popcorn created from a family recipe for popcorn hand-drizzled with two types of chocolate. Though these entrepreneurs have a home state in common, their efforts aren't part of a community bazaar. Instead, they hawk wares with other Michigan-based suppliers at Michigan Food Fairs hosted by ...
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