5 Local Snack Brands To Love
Michigan Brands We All Love
Everyone knows the Michigan based brands Faygo, Better Made, Kellog’s, and Vernors, but there are plenty of equally delightful brands you may not have heard of! Here’s a list of 5 Michigan made brands that will leave you wanting more local snacks & goodies!
We’ve all enjoyed cotton candy as children, but what about as adults? Spun Sugar’s organic cotton candy in an array of unique flavors will have you reliving those carnival days without the sugar rush that follows!
“Organic cotton candy & plant-based dyes, but still sugar! Childhood sweetness with a modern day twist.”
While we’re sure you’ve had Scottish shortbread cookies before, we’re positive they weren’t as authentic as Scotty Dotty’s recipe, inspired by her British mother!
“Pure Michigan Butter, finely ground sugar and a low, slow bake makes our shortbread crisp on the edges with a rich, tender center.”
All-natural energy drinks are difficult to come by, but Royal Oak based company FEEL made it happen. Their feel-good vibes and ingredients will have you energized and ready to tackle anything!
“A delightfully refreshing alternative to coffee, tea, and soda, available in four flavors Dragonfruit Lime, Blackberry Pomegranate, Raspberry Lemonade, and Mango Passionfruit.”
Finding a granola that is both healthy and tasty can be quite the challenge, but Happy Girl Granola was up for it! Their handmade granola contains ingredients like whole grain rolled oats and Michigan grown dried cherries!
“Always crunchy but never sticky, each batch of Happy Girl’s granola is made by hand in small batches in Owosso, Michigan with ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible.”
You may know Sanders for its famous Bumpy Cake, but you may not know that they also serve up sundae toppings, specialty chocolates, and some sensational ice cream!
“We use the finest real ingredients to make our products and never sacrifice quality to save on costs because confections shouldn’t only taste great, they should be made great.”
Photos: Emily Joanne Photography