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October 12, 2016 Kitchen Spotlights
Kitchen Feature: Evolved Kitchen By Dan Moore
Like all businesses, the world of commercial kitchens changes over time. Evolved Kitchen is in Fort Collins, Colorado and serves a mix of food businesses, caterers and food trucks, and they’ve seen some changes in their business over the past couple of years. How many members do you have, approximately? 10-15 Why did you get
October 11, 2016 The Food Corridor
The Food Corridor selected to pitch at FoodBytes! Boulder on October 26! By Ashley Colpaart
We’re over the moon to be one of ten companies selected to pitch at FoodBytes! Boulder on Wed, Oct 26. Snag your ticket and get ready to mix and mingle with the most innovative people in food and ag. Save 15% using the code “democo15” today!  Register at http://www.foodbytesworld.com/tickets/. FoodBytes is a dynamic food and ag pitch
October 9, 2016 Kitchen Spotlights
Welcome Ennovation Center, The Kitchen Terminal, The Good Acre, and Weld County District 6! By Rachael Miller
We’ve been busy and so have our clients. It was a fantastic summer season so we’d like to take a moment to welcome a few new clients to The Food Corridor! California: The Kitchen Terminal – “TKT is a premiere commercial kitchen rental facility that provides first class, efficient, and professional commercial kitchens and food prep
October 7, 2016 Kitchen Spotlights
Kitchen Feature: Weld County School District 6 By Rachael Miller
We love our kitchens and one of the best things about our kitchen community is the broad spectrum of facilities that are offered. Weld County School District 6, in northeast Colorado saw a community need and decided to create a win-win scenario. We recently interviewed Natalie Leffler, food hub manager for the District. Read on
September 28, 2016 Kitchen Spotlights
Kitchen Feature: Crafted Kitchen By Dan Moore
We love our kitchens. Here’s another great one. Crafted Kitchen is in Los Angeles, California, and serves a variety of local food businesses. We got a chance to ask the owner/kitchen manager, Cindi, some questions about her new kitchen. Why did you get into the shared-use kitchen business? Over the years, there were a number
September 21, 2016 The Food Corridor
Pitching. Hiring. Manifesting. An Interview with startup co-founder of The Food Corridor By Ashley Colpaart
A message from Ashley, co-founder of The Food Corridor. I love this interview with Women Who Startup Radio from last spring where we discuss pitching, hiring, and manifesting. The interview outlines my origin story and is a good reminder of how far our team has come as a startup. If you are a new (or seasoned) founder,
September 14, 2016 Kitchen Spotlights
Kitchen Feature: Food Innovation Accelerator at K-State Olathe By Dan Moore
All our kitchens are great, and each time we talk to one we learn more about all the interesting happenings in the specialty food world. The Food Innovation Accelerator at K-State Olathe is in Olathe, Kansas, and serves a number of food businesses and also connects them to the resources of Kansas State University. We
September 10, 2016 News & Announcements
Union Kitchen Co-CEO steps down By Dan Moore
Union Kitchen is a Washington DC area incubator kitchen and one of the leaders of the industry in the country. They have multiple kitchens and have graduated a number of promising food businesses. They started in 2012 and provide a unique space for food businesses to grow in the DC area. Union Kitchen also offers distribution
September 1, 2016 Food Business Tips
So you want to start a food business? By Dan Moore
Starting a food business shares a lot with starting any other business. There’s all manner processes that are the same: sales, market research, accounting, hiring, insurance, and taxes, to name a few. Of course the product is unique, but if you spend all your time on the product, your business will fail. To paraphrase a
August 25, 2016 News & Announcements
Time to Apply! 2017 Food+City Challenge Prize By Ashley Colpaart
Last year, The Food Corridor pitched our business to a panel of esteemed judges and a room full of food enthusiasts and we were thrilled to take home the Silver Prize at the 2016 Food+City Challenge Prize. For us, the real win for us was becoming part of the Food+City family who continues to nourish our
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