Midwest Juicery is proud to be pressed in beautiful Southwest Michigan! Pressed in Coloma with 70% of our produce coming from Michigan Famers. Check out our local, Michigan partners. And meet your local farmers!
|Argus Farm Stop||Ann Arbor (Packard & Liberty)|
|Bridge Street Market||Grand Rapids|
|Busch's Fresh Food Market||
Ann Arbor Green Rd, Ann Arbor Main St, Brighton, Dexter, Farmington, Plymouth
|Dale's Natural Foods||Flint|
|GreenSpace & Go||Royal Oak|
|Inn at Bay Harbor||Petoskey|
|Jen's Gifts of Love||West Bloomfield|
|Mason Jar Cafe||Benton Harbor|
|Natural Health Center||Kalamazoo|
|Oryana Co-op||Traverse City (10th & West)|
|Papa Joe's Market||Rochester Hills, Birmingham|
|Sawall Health Foods||Kalamazoo|
|Uncommon Coffee Roasters||Saugatuck|
|Village Market||Grosse Point|
|Westborn Market||Berkley, Dearborn, Plymouth|
|Zerbo's Health Foods||Livonia|
Country Mill Farm: Charlotte, MI
To glorify God by facilitating "family fun on the farm" and feeding families.
Apples: Year Round
About Country Mill Farm:
The Country Mill was established prior to the Civil War. The red brick house just south of the farm market was built around the years 1867-1871. Over a century later, in 1971, Bernie Tennes was reading the newspaper at his home in East Lansing. In it, he saw an ad for an 80 acre farm in Charlotte. Having grown up on a farm himself, he was naturally interested. He drove out to see the farm and decided to make an offer. He, and his wife Ann Tennes bought the farm and moved their family to the orchard. The previous owner, Clifford McIntire, taught the couple about operating the farm, growing apples, pressing cider and making donuts. In 2003, Bernie and Ann's youngest son, Steve , and his wife Bridget moved back to Michigan to take over operation of the family farm. They currently live in red brick house on the farm with their family. Over the years, the farm has grown along with the Tennes family to 158 acres which supports the lives of multiple family members and neighbors.
Since 2006 we have dedicated a portion of our orchard to growing certified organic fruit.
By working with Michigan State University we have been able to not only improve the quality of our organic fruit, but also expand the organic offerings to our customers. Currently, we offer a wide variety of uniquely named organic apples, peaches, apple cider, apple chips, apple butter, applesauce and organic vinegar.
Harley Miller Farm: Holton, MI
Beets & Carrots: August – April
Cucumbers: July - October
About Harley Miller Farm:
Located in Holton, MI, Harley Miller Farm is run by, you guessed it, Harley Miller. Sitting on a beautiful, 120 acres, Harley Miller Farms splits their farm between a wide selection of organic vegetables, and their pastured cows.