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Michigan Made Food and Drink Gift Ideas

Looking for the perfect holiday present for the foodie on your list? Look no further than metro Detroit! Try these yummy picks for kids, parents and families.

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Black Friday has passed. I hope you made it through the busiest shopping day of the year unscathed – and that you left a bit of money in the budget for some local goodies! As Metro Parent's food-reviewing dad, I rounded up a short list of fantastic Michigan-made food and drink products. These treats would please even the pickiest person on your gift list. And the best part, is that you're supporting the local economy and local companies. So c'mon and browse through my picks – and be sure to bring your appetite!

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Dec 13, 2011 10:31 am
 Posted by  bobobybr

From what I understand, the jam place you mentioned sold out of jam at the wonderful Holiday Bazaar event. I was able to get some fantastic jam (Peach Rosemary, Strawberry Balsamic, and more) from the Slow Jam stand at Eastern Market. Not only is their jam made here they source 100% Michigan produce and sugar.

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