If it's Michigan-made, Hiller's Markets likely has it. The independent retailer has made a name for itself as an unabashed booster of a state that resides in one of the economically hardest-hit regions of the country. Yet walk into any Hiller's store and consumers will find some 10,000 Michigan-made products on any given day. “We understand that the Michigan economy is not doing well and that we are responsible for our own salvation, of getting through these times ...

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