Louisville’s Technology Center may soon provide the perfect space to create, package, store, and distribute products for local food start-ups. The proposed Kitchen Coop would be a 32,000 square-foot “natural foods incubator”, according to the Daily Camera, and would feature additional services beyond what you’d get from just renting a commercial kitchen, including accounting, legal services, and payroll. Sounds like a great place for local food entrepreneurs to bring their product ideas to fruition and share their passion and energy with other like-minded individuals. And selfishly, here’s to hoping that the Coop will help actualize more delicious local food companies to contend with such favorites as Justin’s Nut Butter and Boulder Granola…yum.
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