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January 11, 2019 Blog
Top Providence Kitchens By Lindsey Richardson
Looking for your shared-use kitchen home in Providence? Below are a few of our top picks for shared kitchens in Providence, RI. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in Providence, check out thekitchendoor.com. Millrace Kitchen – 40 South Main Street, Woonsocket, RI NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley has launched an incubator kitchen in the heart
December 31, 2018 Community
Free printed Shared Kitchen Toolkits are available for a limited time! By Lindsey Richardson
Purdue University, in partnership with The Food Corridor and Fruition Planning and Management has produced two manuals for shared kitchens to address the need for practical information in the fast growing area of shared commercial kitchens and kitchen incubators. Part of a USDA North Central SARE Research and Education Grant, both manuals provide critical guidance
December 6, 2018 Blog
Top Dallas Kitchens By Lindsey Richardson
Need a new place to call your kitchen home in Dallas, TX? Below are a few of our top picks for Commercial Kitchens in Dallas. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in Dallas, check out thekitchendoor.com. Perfect Temper Kitchen – 6900 Alma Dr #140, Plano, TX Perfect Temper Kitchen has the commercial
November 19, 2018 Community
Top 10 Denver Kitchens By Lindsey Richardson
Are you a food business looking for a shared-use kitchen in the Denver, CO metro area? Let us help match you with your kitchen soulmate. Below are a few of our top picks for Commercial Kitchens in Denver, CO. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in Denver, check out The Kitchen Door.
November 12, 2018 Community
Top 10 New York Kitchens By Lindsey Richardson
Looking for your shared-use kitchen home in New York? Below are a few of our top picks for Commercial Kitchens in New York. To see a full list of commercial and commissary kitchens in New York, check out The Kitchen Door. Hot Bread Kitchen – 1590 Park Ave, New York, NY With over 3000 sq. ft.
October 30, 2018 Community
Shared Kitchen News Roundup By Ashley Colpaart
So many exciting things are happening in the shared kitchen world and we want to bring you our news roundup. While we select stories to share in our monthly newsletter, we just don’t have space for them all! Shared Kitchen News Roundup Pilotworks closes leaving food businesses without kitchens On October 13, 2018, food business incubator, Pilotworks abruptly
August 21, 2018 Community
Shared Kitchen Roundup By Ashley Colpaart
You thought we were finished? Nope. So many exciting things are happening in the shared kitchen world that we had to continue to bring you our news roundup. While we select stories to share in our monthly newsletter, we just don’t have space for them all! The Food Corridor Features Calling all shared kitchens!  Have you
August 5, 2018 Blog
You’re Invited! Register now for the 2018 NICK Summit By Rachael Miller
Which shared kitchens models are most effective? How does pricing for storage work? Who pays for cleaning supplies? The list of questions for kitchen managers goes on. Here at The Food Corridor, we’ve found the most effective learnings come from industry peers. Our Network for Incubator & Commissary Kitchens (NICK) group has been going strong for
June 23, 2017 Community
Interview with a Kitchen Manager: Micro Mercantes By Rachael Miller
Micro Mercantes is “a Licensed Commissary Kitchen with a Mission” or “Una Cocina Licenciada con una Misión”. Based in Portland, Oregon, The Micro Mercantes kitchen is an affordable, licensed non-profit commissary kitchen that welcomes entrepreneurs that are in the beginning stages of their food business or who are looking to expand their small scale business. We
June 6, 2017 Community
Wholesome Wave turns 10 By Dan Moore
Wholesome Wave, the non profit to which The Food Corridor has pledged one percent of future profits, has just turned 10.  2016 was a great year for them, including over half a million low income customers served, fourteen hundred grocery stores and farmers’ markets as partners, and over eight thousand farmers selling produce through the