FOOD SERVICE & AGRICULTURE
Growers, processors and distributors
The former Gaia café in East Hills now is home to a Korean and Japanese eatery.
A local ice cream maker is debuting its next limited-edition flavor in time for fall.
After more than a year of interim leadership, SpartanNash appointed its next president and CEO.
The AC Hotel by Marriott Grand Rapids Downtown is putting a tropical twist on its cocktail lounge.
The Saucy Crab, a Louisiana- and Cajun-style seafood chain, now has a location in greater Grand Rapids.
A “food as medicine” company is taking its healthy meal service to the next level in a new commercial kitchen and café.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Market is inviting customers to soak up the last days of summer at an outdoor, casual and socially distanced Sip & Savor event this weekend.
The 2020 Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food festival was postponed in light of COVID-19.
A Southern food restaurant in Grand Rapids was randomly selected as the winner of $25,000 through a program created to support Black-owned restaurants during COVID-19.
Kellogg’s and Minecraft are tapping into gamers’ love of building, mining and exploring with a new Minecraft-themed cereal.
Earth Fare in Portage will reopen this fall, according to an announcement from the Hinman Company.
LANSING — The U.S. Department of Agriculture will not continue to provide food program waivers that have ensured students are fed while schools are closed during the coronavirus pandemic unless Congress acts, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan warned Tuesday.
Defying the COVID-19 pandemic, husband-and-wife entrepreneurs Joel Wabeke and Sarah Wepman opened a pizzeria in Eastown called Quarantino’s.
A staffing and recruiting firm in the region is opening its fifth Michigan office and seventh overall.
A locally based grocery chain is offering contactless payment options to reduce the risk of spreading the new coronavirus.
A metro Detroit pizza chain with locations in Grand Rapids and Portage is hosting a companywide career fair next week.
A local private equity firm sold its portfolio company Ellison Bakery to another investment firm.
Plainsong Farms, a nonprofit organization in Rockford, is the latest to partner with Grand Rapids Community College’s Office of Student Life to provide produce to students who need food during this pandemic.
Tupelo Honey Café, a Southern restaurant and bar chain, is opening its first Great Lakes region location in downtown Grand Rapids and looking to fill 80 jobs.
The Byron Center-based grocery chain and distributor last week announced a hiring initiative to fill more than 375 job openings in its local retail stores and warehouse distribution center.
The Holland Civic Center Place in downtown Holland is opening a smoked food-themed restaurant called Smoke’n Tulip.
The founder of an equity- and sustainability-focused grocery store on the southeast side of Grand Rapids signed a lease on a building and launched a crowdfunding campaign.
The Holland Farmers Market now has an on-site team member to help customers navigate food assistance programs.
Michigan and national agricultural commodity leaders will be hosting a virtual town hall at 11 a.m. Thursday to discuss the future of Michigan agriculture trade and supply chains.
A metro Detroit pizza chain with West Michigan locations is launching a slew of offers to drive business, as well as hiring across all its Michigan eateries.