Food Service & Agriculture

Growers, processors and distributors


State’s ag exports to China skyrocket

Country’s middle class is especially interested in powdered milk and dried fruit.

LANSING — In the past five years, more and more of Michigan’s dairy products and prepared fruits and vegetables have been on their way to China, according to export data from Euromonitor International Ltd. Read More

Owners are ready to open Harmony Hall brewpub

The former Little Mexico restaurant will have ‘celebratory feel’ and expanded menu.

October 2, 2015
The last two years have been a blur for Jackson Van Dyke. Read More

Brewery taps into expansion

October 2, 2015
A brewery in the region has begun a long-needed expansion. Read More

Food distributor wins silver for HQ

October 1, 2015
A food distributor’s 384,000-square-foot headquarters has received a LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Read More

Brewery settles trademark dispute

September 30, 2015
A brewery says its trademark battle with an electronic-dance group has “reached its conclusion.” Read More

Frozen custard and steakburger chain enters market

September 29, 2015
A national chain of frozen custard and steakburger restaurants is entering the Michigan market through West Michigan. Read More

Food maker acquires Egyptian company for $50M

September 28, 2015
A food maker has acquired another African company. Read More

Breweries medal at Great American Beer Festival

September 28, 2015
Six Michigan breweries won medals over the weekend at the nation’s biggest beer festival. Read More

Campus food banks expand to feed hungry students

Most rely on donations from students, alumni and the surrounding community.

September 25, 2015
LANSING — Food banks are a growing sight on Michigan campuses as many students struggle with higher tuition, costly rent — and sometimes, hunger. Read More

Trader Joe's opens doors

September 25, 2015
The line for the grand opening of Trader Joe’s on Friday started at midnight. Read More