Good Food Gathering comes to downtown Plymouth

Good Food Gathering comes to downtown Plymouth

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Celebrate all things Michigan-made at the Good Food Gathering in Plymouth's downtown gathering space on Sunday, Oct. 13.

The open-air autumn market (298 S Main St, Plymouth, MI 48170) will make the perfect setting to come and taste samples, meet the farmers and artisan producers who craft your favorite local foods.

Local Vendors include:
Zingermans, Avalon International Bread, Ann Arbor Tortilla, Germack, Food For Thought, Naturally Nutty, Morano Italian Sauces, Great Lakes Chips, Daily Delish, Thomas Organic Creamery, Country Mill Farm, Molter Farm, Big Head Farm, Klug Orchards, Mitten Munch, Appolnia Dressings, Higher Grounds Coffee, Cooks Bison Ranch, Crunch Granola.

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