Meet the people who make our products unique
We source from local and regional partners. Sometimes, because of Michigan's short growing season we have to out source but 90% of the food we provide you comes from these wonderful individuals below. Check them out!
Harriette Brown "Chef Bee"
(Sisters on a Roll Mobile Cafe & Catering)
William Gardner (Rivendale Gardens)
Dr. Velonda (Sweet Potato Delights)
Greg Wilerer (Brother Nature Produce)
Greg and his wife Oliva have an admirable homesteading operation on the Southwest side of Detroit. Brother Nature Produce is a small farm that specializes in salad mix, arugula, and medicinal herbs with an urban and rural location.
Linda Kay Pruitt (Mrs. Pruitt's Gourmet Cha Cha)
As a Master Gardener and Urban Farmer for over ten years in the City of Detroit, sustainability is a lifestyle for Linda Kay to reduce carbon footprint by altering methods of energy consumption and diet. It's about meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Linda Kay started Mrs. Pruitt's Gourmet CHA CHA to have a farming practice that maintains yields while increasing environmental goods and benefits, and working with local farmers. Linda Kay is an advocate for sustainability, protecting our natural environment, human and ecological health, while driving innovation and not compromising our way of life. Mrs. Pruitt's Gourmet CHA CHA's goal is to have healthy and positive effects on the community and help the environment. As a product that contains all vegetables, is gluten-free, and vegan-friendly, Mrs. Pruitt's Gourmet CHA CHA does good and is good for you.
Hamissi Mamba & Nadia Nijimbere (Baobab Fare)
Baobab Fare is owned and operated by Nadia Nijimbere and Hamissi Mamba, a wife and husband team, that came to the United States from Burundi in 2014, yearning to start a new life by taking advantage of the business opportunities in Detroit. More than just a restaurant and market, Baobab will serve as a safe space for other immigrants and Detroiters alike, knowing that it is a meeting place where all are welcomed and embraced. Baobab will help to fill a gap as it relates to African fare and culture in the city.
Vazilyn Poinsetta (AVC Kitchens)
Ms. Poinsetta is a wealth of knowledge and skill as she continues to educate the Detroit community about healthy eating, heavy metals, and detoxing. She specializes in lifestyle friendly baked goods and will be providing a healthy twist to traditional baked goods.
Mark Covington (Georgia Street Community Collective)
Abdulrahman Abdinar (Nur's Honey)
Nur’s Honey was established in late 2018 by Abdulrahman Abdinur in order to bring to the Detroit area Michigan made raw honey. We owe our uniqueness to being made with love in our local area. Nur means light in Arabic, our vision in starting this company was to offer products that brought light to a sustainable industry in Michigan. We operate out of Midtown Detroit, and deliver jars and bulk pails to various individuals & companies throughout the Midwest.