December 5, 2019 — Shared kitchens are gaining popularity in big cities and small towns. They often fill long-vacant space, act as specialized business incubators, and draw visitors. “Think of it like co-working space for small food businesses,” says Corinne Tso, head of Cook Tucson. Food-prep rules in most places require food products for sale…To read more — login/sign up
Shared Kitchens Fill Vacant Space and Foster Startups
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