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New Award Will Recognize Restaurants That Use Michigan Products

The Michigan Restaurant Association (MRA) has partnered with the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and Michigan Ag Council to raise awareness of the economic impact of restaurants using Michigan manufactured products. This is a group partnership that will be working together to recognize restaurants with the 2017 Michigan GROWN, Michigan GREAT Restaurant Award.

There is no question that today’s consumers crave locally grown produce. It’s been one of the top culinary trends for the past five years, according to the National Restaurant Association’s annual chef survey, and 54 percent of adults say they look for limited-service restaurants that serve locally-sourced food.

“Locally sourced food is a big deal in Michigan, and the economic movement reaches deeper than anyone might imagine,” stated Justin Winslow, President and CEO of the MRA. “Throughout the state, you’ll find restaurants that have made local ingredients a guiding principle a positive economic impact. We are thrilled to announce this partnership and crown the 2017 Michigan GROWN, Michigan GREAT Restaurants.”

"Consumers in Michigan are really interested in supporting local businesses, and foods and other agricultural products are no exception,” stated Elaine Bristol, Michigan Ag Council Program Coordinator. “We all benefit from Michigan farm families who take pride in perfecting the art and science of growing fresh, high-quality foods and products, year after year. This award is a great way to demonstrate the impact of Michigan’s agricultural industry in all of our lives.”

“There are only a handful of states in which this kind of award would make sense, and Michigan is definitely one of those select few,” said Jamie Clover Adams, director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. “Michigan is the second-most diverse state when it comes to agriculture, so we are incredibly fortunate to have a wide variety of options, as well as so many innovative and conscientious restaurants throughout the state that see the benefits of using locally grown and processed foods.”

Applications are due by July 15, 2017, to MDARD Outreach Specialist Heather Throne at ThroneH@michigan.gov. The application and guidelines are available at www.michigan.gov/mdardgrants under the Additional Resources tab.

The award will be presented during the 50th Anniversary Michigan Restaurant Show located at the Novi Suburban Collection Showplace in October.

PDF: 2017 Michigan GROWN, Michigan GREAT Restaurant Awards Application

June is National Safety Month

Injuries are a leading cause of disability for people of all ages – and they are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 44. 

This June, we encourage you to learn more about important safety issues like prescription painkiller abuse, transportation safety, and slips, trips, and falls.

  • Prescription painkiller abuse: Prescription painkiller overdoses are a growing problem in the United States, especially among women. About 18 women die every day from a prescription painkiller overdose – more than 4 times as many as back in 1999.

  • Transportation safety: Doing other activities while driving – like texting or eating – distracts you and increases your chance of crashing. Almost 1 in 5 crashes (17%) that injured someone involved distracted driving.

  • Slips, trips, and falls: One in 4 older adults falls each year. Many falls lead to broken bones and other health problems.

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