Now Available

  • Michigan:Cranberries, Hy's Cider, Cabbages, Hot Peppers, Macintosh, Ida Red, Honeycrisp, Empire, Pie and Heirloom Pumpkins, Butternut, Acorn,
  • NEW: Persimmons, Clementines,Chantrelles

Food Safety is extremely important to us and we know it is to you as well. That’s why Frog Holler has implemented a HACCP plan to assure you that the highest standards of food handling are being utilized

Over 30 years of servicing Ann Arbor as it's only local produce team, providing kitchen basics to exotic varieties, with a customer first approach. 


There are more than 100 varieties of cranberries that grow in North America. There are approximately 46,000 plants per acre. Some cranberry beds in WI, MA and NJ have the same vines that were planted over 100 years ago. As a fruit of the heather family, cranberries are related to blueberries, bilberries, and lingonberries. The most commonly grown species is the North American Cranberry but other types of cranberries are found in nature. Many phytonutrients offer  antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer health benefits. Cranberries are a very good source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and manganese, as well as a good source of vitamin E, vitamin K, copper and pantothenic acid.

Frog Holler is growing and hiring for all positions!
Dont hide your talents! Send us your resume to the link above. Become part of an exciting industry with a commitment to quality and five star service to our community.
If you are passionate about food, culture, problem-solving, and working with a dedicated team in a rapidly evolving environment, we want to hear from you!