GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Michigan's agriculture department is drawing attention to the "Flavors of Pure Michigan."
Ag officials visited Robinette's Apple Haus & Winery in Grand Rapids Tuesday to promote Michigan's culinary tourism.
That tourism relies on the diversity of crops in our state.
"It's an opportunity for citizens and neighbors to come and see an apple orchard, experience that, experience a winery, cider, donuts -- all the things that go around food in the fall," said Jamie Clover Adams, the director of Michigan's Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
The next event on the "Flavors of Pure Michigan" tour is Thursday, at the farmer's market on the lawn of the Capitol in Lansing.