Grow Your Food Business Using Certified Kitchen Spaces
The Center for Rural Affairs' Rural Food Business Growth project is coming to Miss Molly's in Wayne, Nebraska, to showcase opportunities for food businesses!
This is a great location to see what's working and fire up your imagination for your own food enterprise. The workshop begins at 7 p.m.
You'll enjoy tours of the 2 on-site commercial kitchens, followed by a panel discussion from local experts sharing resources for using community shared kitchen space. State inspections and regulatory and licensing requirements will be discussed.
You'll also hear about a college student who is starting a gluten-free baking business using Miss Molly's certified gluten/allergen free kitchen. Case studies from businesses in the GROW Nebraska network who have also used shared community kitchen space to successfully launch their food business will also be presented.
Miss Molly's coffee shop is located at 203 Main St., Wayne, NE. With the large back room, it serves as a community meeting place and a good spot to grab a tasty beverage and some delicious food.
There is no charge for the workshop. Refreshments will be available for purchase from Miss Molly's.
For more information about this workshop, contact Sandra Renner at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Rural Food Business Growth Hotline, 402.320.3444. You can learn more about the Rural Food Business Growth project here.