Ann Arbor’s Bløm Meadworks partners with local businesses to offer subscription bundles
ANN ARBOR – Bløm Meadworks owners Lauren Bloom and Matt Ritchey have pivoted several times to address the shifting landscape during the pandemic. (Bløm Meadworks)Each kit will be available for pick up on the fourth Saturday of the month. Bundles are available in 3 month, 6 month or ongoing subscriptions. “We all have less foot traffic and a smaller audience than we are used to,” said Bloom. On a personal note, they allow her and Ritchey to continue working with community partners.
Detroit’s first Black-owned cider mill opens on city’s west side
Detroit Farm and Cider is tucked away near The Lodge and Webb Avenue. Blighted homes are a symbol of what once was, but right across the street are four acres of fresh fruits, farm animals and now a cider mill. King owns Detroit Farm and Cider. I tread lightly because there’s so much that needs to be addressed in our community,” King said. Detroit Farm and Cider runs Friday through Sunday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m.READ: More community coverage