The test kitchen will help people get their business off the ground quickly and reduce their capital intensity by offering a regulated commercial space they can hire to batch products. The space will also double as a weekly cooking school, which will boost confidence in working with local fresh produce and improve capacity to cook healthy, creative meals.
We are conducting a survey to determine the community need and interest in this project, please take 3 minutes to complete this short survey.
You can also make a donation if you would really like to see this project get off the ground in the near future. Your contribution will help cover the costs of developing a solid business plan for the kitchen enterprise, so it can attract sufficient start-up capital and thrive as a sustainable community asset well into the future.