Cheers to Fresh Food Generation, #AccelerateBOS 2012! Throughout 2016 they served 40,000 people through their catering, cafe, and foodtruck. If you have not tried their amazing Latin American and Caribbean cuisine, what are you waiting for? Starting in Summer 2017 you will be able to find them in downtown Boston two days a week and at different...Read More
CommonWealth Kitchen’s own Grace Connor, owner of little G ice cream, making it big! She’s already been featured in Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe and People Magazine, and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt! Next up The Rachel Ray Show on January 12th! And coming soon, you can find little g ...Read More
Where to Sell Your Food Product: 5 New Areas to Explore in 2017 Guest post by Michael Adams from Gredio - check out his food business blog: gredio.com If you’re up to your neck in your year-end financials like I am (and still hungover from the holiday sales rush), you’ve probably started to ask yourself questions about your bus...Read More
CommonWealth Kitchen is a food business incubator, brand accelerator, and food manufacturing social enterprise in the business of helping aspiring entrepreneurs build and scale great food companies. We work with 50+ member businesses, providing them with fully-equipped kitchens, plus integrated business and technical support. That’s ...Read More
The problem: Imagine waking up late, rushing to work, engaging with peers and focusing on critical tasks for several hours, then sitting down for your first meal of the day at 11:30. For me, that means turning into a delirious crank with no ability to focus on work, then gorging on calorically-dense junk, followed immediately by the desperate...Read More
At CommonWealth Kitchen, it is not an uncommon sight to find entrepreneurs working side-by-side while preparing their one of a kind products. The chefs at Blue Nile are accustomed to creating their vegetarian ethiopian dishes in the company of the Third Cliff Bakery bakers who are making their shortbread in the shared kitchen. This past Sunday,...Read More
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