Detroit Grocery Incubator Project

In the city of Detroit, there are 10 grocery stores for every 100,000 people. As a comparison, San Francisco boasts 40 grocery stores for every 100,000 residents.

Fair Food Network launched the Detroit Grocery Incubator project in 2012 to help seed more grocery stores in underserved neighborhoods in the city. The project provided technical assistance and training to a cohort of entrepreneurs interested in opening grocery stores in Detroit. Learn more about the project in this brochure.

Fair Food Network’s support of emerging grocery entrepreneurs continues through our work with the Michigan Good Food Fund.