Is a culinary incubator right for you?
Culinary incubators work great for some food businesses and not for others. The types of businesses that can most benefit from culinary incubators are those that are small enough that they do not need, nor could they afford a full-time space. They are perfect for start-ups that do not have the capital to invest in building their own kitchen. They allow on-going small food businesses to survive without the enormous overhead of managing and maintaining a licensed commercial kitchen.

Culinary Incubators are perfect during tougher economic times, as they allow businesses to cut back on hours of kitchen use, but still stay in businesses with reduced costs to meet reduced demand.

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1. Is a culinary incubator right for you?
2. Is a Health Department License necessary?
3. What does HACCP - compliant mean?
4. How do HACCP rules affect me?
5. Is there a difference between wholesale and retail food processing and can this affect the kitchen I use?
6. Could I use a church kitchen instead of a culinary incubator?