Calling all Food Entrepreneurs

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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 asĀ Justin’s Nut Butter and Boulder Granola…yum.

4 thoughts on “Calling all Food Entrepreneurs

    1. Hi Mike,

      We’re looking into doing a longer article on the project, and will update the site with anything we find out. Check out the Kitchen Coop’s website at for more information and stay tuned to eatdrinkboulder!


    1. You’re welcome, Jeff! Sounds like you have a great concept–best of luck! We would love to hear about any events, happenings, news, etc. you have going on, so please keep us in the loop and feel free to contact me directly if you have any updates.

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