Michigan-Based Grocer Will Open First Airport Location in 2015
Farmington Hills, Mich. (April 14, 2014) – Plum Market, the Michigan-based grocer known for natural, organic, local and specialty items, is planning to open its first airport location in the McNamara Terminal of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport in 2015. Hojeij Branded Foods will operate the new store.
Travelers can expect to find a vast assortment of hot and cold prepared foods that are made fresh daily.
Additionally, the shop will offer:
- Zingerman’s Coffee Bar and foods from Zingerman’s Bakehouse, Creamery and Candy Manufactory
- Seasonal organic produce purchased directly from local producers and growers for optimal freshness
- Grab-and-go natural and organic snacks and beverages
- Apothecary with natural and holistic wellness products
- WineBar offering a selection of local craft beers, specialty mixed drinks and incredible wines that are hand selected by Michigan native Madeline Triffon, America’s first certified female Master Sommelier
The grocer, who operates three full-service stores in southeast Michigan (Bloomfield Township, Ann Arbor and West Bloomfield) and one in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood, is thrilled to open their first airport express location.
“Plum Market inspires guests to Live Well, with Taste,” said Matt Jonna, the President & Co-Founder. “The new Detroit airport location will offer travelers more convenient and quality healthy eating options while on-the-go.”
The shop will be designed by Saroki Architects and feature a sophisticated, yet minimal design and layout that’s easy for guests to navigate.
For more information, visit www.plummarket.com, on Facebook, and follow the Company on Twitter @PlumMarket. Plum Market is also active on Pinterest and Instagram.
About Plum Market®
Plum Market® offers a full-service shopping experience to inspire guests to live well, with taste. The privately owned multi-channel company is based in Farmington Hills, Michigan and has full-service grocery stores in Bloomfield Township, Michigan; Ann Arbor, Michigan; West Bloomfield, Michigan; and Chicago, Illinois, in addition to ecommerce and foodservice operations. Matthew Jonna and Marc Jonna are third generation retailers who grew up working for their father’s store, Merchant of Vino Marketplace, a natural, organic, and specialty food and wine store with six locations across the Midwest. The chain attracted significant attention from competitors and in 1998 Whole Foods Market acquired the company. Both Jonnas continued to work with the Whole Foods Market executive leadership team. Matt and Marc left Whole Foods Market to pursue developing a new grocery concept, later to become Plum Market with the first store location opening in 2007.