Beautiful Westview Orchards in Washington Township is one of Macomb County’s northern gems. This historic farm – it has been operated by the same family for more than 200 year – has delighted generations of families with their wonderful donuts, cider and smorgasboard of family fun activities.
This fall, Westview is adding a new reason to visit them on Sundays. In addition to the normal fall- themed events and wine tasting, Westview is teaming up with local small food businesses and providing them the opportunity to get their name out. These businesses will be providing samples so that customers can taste before they their new locally produced favorite products.
This Sunday, Sept. 17, the Made In Michigan Barn will feature: Great Lakes Pickles, Motown Soup, and Grandma Luckey’s Herb Dressing.
So come stuff your face with homemade donuts and cider, watch the kids play, all while getting the chance to try new products that you will not see in the big box stores yet. With your help and Macomb County’s Economic Development team, when these small businesses turn big, you will be able to tell all your friends and family that you knew, tried and were purchasing their products before they were well known.
If you are interested in learning more about Westview Orchards in Washington Twp, MI visit www.westvieworchards.com.
Are you a local business with a food product you’d like for people to try on a future Sunday?
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a little information about your product and your contact information. (Disclaimer – This opportunity is only for products made in a commercial kitchen. We cannot accommodate entrepreneurs operating under the cottage food law and making products in their home kitchen with this venture.)
Jack Johns is a Project Coordinator within the economic development services group. He specializes in serving the food and agricultural industry as well as automation, robotics, connected vehicles, energy and retail businesses.