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Plum Market Signals Airport Expansion

Plum Market, the Michigan-based organic and locally sourced food retailer, this month signaled its further expansion into airports by create the Plum Market airport division. The company said it will seek to be a prime vendor in pursuing opportunities with Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprises.

Plum Market currently operates at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) and at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

“We are thrilled to announce the expansion of Plum Market to airports at a faster rate,” said Matt Jonna, CEO of Plum Market. “We believe that our commitment to working closely with local partners and supporting DBEs and ACDBEs will enable us to create a positive impact in the airport market, and we are excited to embark on this new chapter in our business growth.”

The company has appointed Jaime Ambrosio as chief business development officer for non-traditional locations. Ambrosio formerly held executive positions at Unison Consulting and Hojeij Branded Foods, among others.

Plum Market has also tapped Wassim Hojeij as its strategic partner for airport expansion. “The travel industry is evolving and to capitalize on emerging opportunities, new ideas must be explored,” said Hojeij. “Plum Market and I are eager to embark on this journey together.”