Grocery stores are now required under Michigan’s stay-at-home order to offer special hours for people at greater risk of becoming sick from the novel coronavirus as well as limits on the number of people inside a building. But some metro Detroit restaurants are trying to take some of the burden off of shoppers by providing alternatives to their regular markets. The restaurants are working with distributors as well as small farms and restaurant suppliers to support Michigan’s local food system and keep people safe. Some are even making it a little easier to purchase hard-to-find items like flour, eggs, and yeast.
Below find a guide to some of the restaurants offering produce boxes, meat, fish, dairy, and pantry staples in metro Detroit right now. And don’t forget to visit Eater Detroit’s guides to shopping for beer, wine, coffee, and take-and-bake meals.
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