Michigan Products

Achille Bianchi (ctedit: Sandra McNeil/WWJ)

Detroit Artist Crafts Sunglasses From Abandoned Homes

It’s a piece of wearable Detroit history.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/06/2014

A view of the back of the sweater. (credit: Deb McDermott)

Michigan-Made Yarn Used In 2014 Olympic Sweater

The 2014 Olympic games are less than a month away and a Michigan product will be taking the international stage for the festivities.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/13/2014

Ian Perrotta shows off his honey. (credit: Sandra McNeil/WWJ)

Detroit Abuzz About “Bees From The D”

A Detroit man is creating a buzz on the city’s east side — literally.



Avanti – Seriously Funny Cards

It all began in 1980, when young Rick Ruffner arrived at his first National Stationery Show in New York with a handful of samples. Rick’s brand evolved rapidly into a humorous style of colorful, clever story-telling that became the Avanti brand.



Tubby’s Grilled Submarines

Tubby’s has over 60 stores in more than six counties in Michigan. It’s the original Detroit sub!



Faygo Beverages Inc.

In 1998, Faygo Beverages, Inc. began distributing the Ohana (a Hawaiian word that means “family”) brand of non-carbonated soft drinks.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/30/2011


Hudsonville – Creamery & Ice Cream

Hudsonville Ice Cream started when a group of local farmers who were looking for a better way to sell their dairy products banded together to form a new co-op. They chose a location on Chicago Drive in Hudsonville, Michigan, and in 1895 the Hudsonville Creamery was born.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/30/2011


PierinoFoods, Inc.

Pierino’s steady growth from a small, handmade ravioli vendor to a respected pasta-making facility is evidence of the company’s dedication to its customers and its products.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/30/2011

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Aunt Nee’s: Saved By Salsa!

Healthy and Delicious; 100% natural ingredients and no MSG or artifical preservatives. Gluten Free!