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  1. Danielle says:


    I am attending more and more events on the Grand Rapids side of the state and would love to get more exposure. Soon I will be a vendor at the Made in MI Pop-Up and I can’t wait. If you would like to talk more about MI POPS and how we 99% of our fruit, 100% of our sweeteners are from Michigan feel free to contact me. My press release is below.

    Thanks in advance,

    Did you know we only use Michigan fruits and sweeteners? Find our more about MI POPS and how you could taste one today! Check us out at and like us on Facebook.

    MI ICE POPS is ready to start the 2016 farmer’s market season!!

    By Danielle Welke
    May 10, 2016

    Lansing, MI – Locally owned MI ICE POPS is happy to announce that they will again be slinging their ice pops at local farmer’s markets starting the week of May 18th. MI POPS will be at the Allen Place on Wednesdays, the Holt and Meridian markets on Saturdays and the East Lansing market on Sundays (starting in June). You can expect ice pops chock full of Michigan fruit and just enough Michigan sweeteners to arrive in twice as many markets as in 2015. Last season’s favorites such as blueberry lemonade and raspberry cantaloupe will return as well as new ones such as sour cherry, peaches with jalapeño and many more.

    Over 1500 pounds of Michigan fruit were hand-crafted into ice pops for the 2015 season and MI ICE POPS is planning on doubling that with four local Lansing markets as well as festivals throughout the state, weddings, children parties and baby showers. MI ICE POPS aims to get everyone to stop their busy schedule and enjoy an ice pop. Simple flavors with the smallest amount of sweeteners possible and no artificial flavors or preservatives can make you feel safe allowing your children enjoy this weekly market treat. And with interesting fruit and flavor combinations your adventurous palate will be intrigued to savor one too.

    About MI ICE POPS

    MI ICE POPS started as a small business in 2015. The goal was to bring 30 ice pops to the market each week and hope that they sold out. Little did we know just how popular MI POPS would be? All of the fruit (except for citrus juice) and sweeteners are from Michigan farms and companies. Honey from local beekeepers, maple syrup tapped from Michigan trees and Pioneer sugar give healthy options for everyone. The ice pops are dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free and vegan.

    MI ICE POPS caters for school field days, class treats, bridal and baby showers, graduations, wedding receptions and any other event you can imagine.


    To learn more about the farmer’s market MI POPS will be at or anything else, please contact

    Danielle Welke, Chief Pop Slinger of MI ICE POPS
    421 East Ash St., Mason, MI 48854
    Office: (517) 775-5666

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