Vegan In Michigan? There Are More Options Than Ever Before In Metro Detroit

Courtesy of Nosh Pit

Ten years ago it was definitely a lot more difficult to be a vegan in Detroit than it is today. 

More and more people are starting to adopt a plant-based diet and lifestyle. This has altered how grocery stores stock their shelves and the types of dishes restaurants prepare. 

Melody Baetens, a features reporter for the Detroit News, speaks with WDET’s Ryan Patrick Hooper about her article looking at how increases in plant-based diets are changing the culinary landscape in Metro Detroit and highlighting vegan restaurants and pop-ups happening in the area.

Restaurants are seeing that the more options they have the more customers they’re going to get,” she says. 

To learn more about the vegan options in the Detroit area, click on the audio player above. 

 

Image credit: Jake Neher/WDET

Aired on: CultureShift
About the Author

Ryan Patrick Hooper

Host & Producer, CultureShift

Ryan Patrick Hooper has worked as an arts and culture journalist in Detroit for over a decade.

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