GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - The Grand Rapids Downtown Market has announced that Grocer's Daughter will be coming to the site.
Grocer's Daughter is one of the top five chocolatiers in the nation, and is a world-class maker of artisan, hand-made chocolates.
The handmade chocolates are all natural and use locally grown and value-added ingredients including fruits and herbs. It is grown and traded from producers in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru.
The company is expanding from its home in Empire, Michigan and will be added to Market Hall.
The indoor market is scheduled to open in August.
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