Kitchen Space Rental
We offer a licensed commercial kitchen for food preparation as well as shelf storage along wall to display vendor products and self-serve refrigerated case food product sales. Blessings Food Hub eliminates the obstacle of having to purchase a commercial kitchen space or equipment for individuals, providing food entrepreneurs an affordable and accessible means to pursue their goals.
Rates & Details
Kitchen Space can be rented at a 2-hour minimum rate of $8 per hour. Monthly rate of 10+ hrs. at $5 per hr. Additional dry and refrigerated storage space will be available to rent upon request for a monthly rate of $5 dry and $10 refrigerated.
An application packet outlining guidelines of facility use and documentation are required for use of the kitchen. In addition, applicants will be required to attend an informational meeting with Food Hub Manager, Julie Henderson. She is responsible for the Blessings Food Hub’s daily activities, rental schedule, and applicant files.
Event Space Rental
If you are just looking for a place to host special family gatherings, meetings, for an organizational event, Blessings Food Hub is just the spot for you! We offer dining space for approximately 30 people.
Rates & Details
Rental of Blessings Food Hub for private meetings and events are available at a rate of $25 for the first 2 hours, then an additional $8 per hour needed. An application for use of rental space must be completed for use of our dining area.
Want to add to your Special Event?
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What is an Incubator Kitchen?
An incubator kitchen is a licensed commercial space that is certified for food production. Renters can use the kitchen by the hour or day to produce food while fulfilling regulatory compliance. Food entrepreneurs, ranging from chefs, caterers, bakers can benefit from the shared kitchen instead of spending capital to build or lease their own facility.
A true incubator kitchen does not simply offer shared commercial kitchen space but also an engine for entrance into the marketplace and inspiration for economic and operational self-sufficiency. It identifies barriers to entry, whether they be capital, gendered, racial or language-based, reduces the risks associated and creates a platform from which truly talented entrepreneurs can grow and thrive.