After a brief period of closure, Farmington's Neu Kombucha is back in action.
The Kombucha maker launched delivery and curbside no-touch pickup service on April 15 with a variety of local and organic food and drink offerings, including local and organic snack bites, tea, cheese eggs, bread, lentils, and more. Produce from Tantre farms in Ann Arbor, Lake Divide Farm in Stockbridge and Eastern Market are just some of the items on offer. Starter plants from Uhlianuk Farms are available for delivery only.
"We decided to go this route to help people stay home by bringing them healthy and fresh foods," says Neu Kombucha founder Jennie Neu-Sipkay.
The group of vendors includes those Neu-Sipkay and her team have met over the years selling goods at Eastern Market. She says her customers have been thrilled over the new program.
"The response has been outstanding," she says. "We sold most of every grocery item we had available. It’s a whole other business in itself."
Patrons desiring no-touch service can call 734-558-4214 or knock on the door. Payment will be handled remotely using a credit card over the phone, PayPal, or Venmo. Customers are asked to pop their trunks and staff will load items,
Delivery orders must be placed by noon on Monday and will be made on Thursday. Deliveries will include porch drop off and remote payment.
is located at 33305 Grand River Ave. in downtown Farmington.
The following list of items will likely change week-to-week:
Neu Kombucha order list.