A Lending Network for Michigan’s Food And Farm Entrepreneurs

Providing flexible financing and tailored business assistance to support the success of food and farm entrepreneurs and to grow a more resilient, inclusive local food system.

Danicasa Traditional Homemade Mexican Food in Ferndale, Michigan.


Katy Bresette and Jerry Jondreau of Dynamite Hill Farms in L’Anse, Michigan.

New & Noteworthy

Seed Award Winners Receive $150,000 in Grant Funding

Growing Michigan’s Good Food Economy Since 2015

We believe food entrepreneurs are an essential part of vibrant communities. Our lending network helps food and farm entrepreneurs statewide get the funds and support they need for their businesses to thrive. In turn, these small businesses enhance access to culturally relevant food, create jobs, and strengthen local economies.

$22.4M invested.
328+ entrepreneurs supported.

Michigan’s food and farm entrepreneurs, from Detroit to Marquette, are making an impact in their communities and local economies.

Food Service entrepreneurs serve healthy meals to Michiganders across the state.

Chart Your Course Toward Financing

Our support is tailored to your needs. Follow these steps to determine if your business is ready to apply for financing.

  • Step 1

    Check Your Eligibility

    As we strive for a more inclusive and sustainable food system in Michigan, we prioritize support for food and farm entrepreneurs marginalized due to their race, ethnicity, and/or gender.

    Who We Support
  • Step 2

    Start with an Inquiry

    Tell us about your business to explore how the Michigan Good Food Fund can support your goals and objectives.

    Get in Touch
  • Step 3

    Get Loan Ready

    If your business aligns with the priorities of the Michigan Good Food Fund, you’ll receive a loan application from us. Discover the loan process and gain a head start on your application.

    Loan Application Checklist

Get the Support You Need

Take the next steps on your business journey with flexible financing and tailored business assistance.

Food service entrepreneurs access support to serve up diverse dishes and introduce new flavors to Michiganders.

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