- $10 for $20 worth of Michigan-grown produce, products, and plants
- See what's in season.
Kutchey Family Market
Kutchey Family Market traces its origins back to the 1830s, when three brothers of the Kutchey family came to Warren from their native Belgium and established a farm. Like a treasured heirloom or a dominant gene for cowlicks, the farm was passed down from generation to generation. Today, David Kutchey carries on the family tradition at the market's stalls. Those who visit the bustling neighborhood farmers' market can take home a cornucopia of fresh, Michigan-grown produce and products, ranging from cabbages, strawberries, onions, and sweet corn to pickles and Amish jellies and jams. The bounty of the market's inventory changes from season to season, with greenhouses full of baby plants for aspiring green thumbs available in the spring and rows of evergreen Christmas trees sold in December.
What some people are buzzing about:
97% of 377 customers recommend
“Great place, great produce, nuff said :)”
“My mom used to take me here when I was little when she needed produce and now I go with my kids. ..this is the best place I know for great produce at great prices and...”
“My mom used to take me here when I was little when she needed produce and now I go with my kids. ..this is the best place I know for great produce at great prices and the owners are just like neighbors to everyone that comes in. .can't say enough”
“This a family owned business and they are very friendly. They have a nice variety of farm fresh vegetables and other items as well. :)”