Kitchen Incubator Seasons Success for Food Startups

Story excerpt provided by The Business Journal.

Written by Josh Medore.

It’s the middle of the afternoon and the Common Wealth Kitchen Incubator is a hive of activity: Chefs dice produce, cooks prepare barbecue and bakers set bread and pastries out ready for that day’s farmers market.

The scene was the same early in the day just as it will be repeated that evening.

“We’re busier than we’ve ever been,” says Tom Phibbs, manager and business coach of the incubator. “It’s exciting to watch the project go from, when I started, maybe a handful of users, to yesterday being at capacity. We would have had to turn folks away. It’s been beautiful to see it unfold.”

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Originally published July 10, 2017.

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