Plum Market said this week it plans to open a previously announced location with a curated selection in mid-November in one of the terminals at Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The 3,700-square-foot store will operate under the name Plum Market Kitchen and feature prepared foods, separate wine and coffee bars, and a limited selection of grocery anditems, Todd Belden, the chain’s coordinator, told SN.
The store — which will be the company’s sixth location — will be located in the airport’s McNamara Terminal, which primarily serves Delta Airlines, he said.
Plum Market, based in Farmington Hills, Mich., also announced plans to open its second Ann Arbor, Mich., store, also in mid-November, time in an area just north of the University of Michigan campus. It already operates a store on the west side of the campus, in addition to two other Michigan locations — Bloomfield Township and West Bloomfield — and a unit in Chicago.
The company focuses on natural, organic and local products at stores averaging 28,000 square feet. The North Campus location will be 25,000 square feet and will offer the company’s first wine bar — where the company said it will host weekly events — and a Growler Filling Station for craft beer.
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