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There's No Calories in Doing Good

100% of the profits go to SAY Detroit
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What?

Created by SAY Detroit founder Mitch Albom, the Detroit Water Ice Factory is a non-profit dessert store in downtown Detroit. The store follows the “Newman’s Own’’ model of philanthropy, offering delicious frozen dessert, gourmet popcorn, and other products with the sole goal of raising funds to help others.

Many of our servers are members of partner youth programs.

For menu and catering options, visit www.detroitwaterice.com and www.brownbagpopcorn.com

Where?

Campus Martius | (313) 888-9106
1014 Woodward Ave, Detroit MI, 48226

Somerset Collection North, Level 3
(313) 888-9106
2800 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI 48084

More?

Detroit Water Ice launched its line of handcrafted, gourmet popcorn—Brown Bag Popcorn—in 2017. 

By spring 2018, Brown Bag Popcorn grew into its very own sister brand to DWIF, partnering with Plum Market to sell its bags in their Ann Arbor, Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, and Detroit Metro Airport stores. Later that year, a popup opened at The Somerset Collection through the holidays.

A full-fledged Brown Bag Popcorn retail store returned to the Somerset Collection in September 2019.

Products

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WATER ICE

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BROWN BAG POPCORN

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MOTOWN MASH

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D'ICE PUDDING

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PHILLY PRETZEL

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