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    Finding a commercial kitchen...

    So there's places similar to food forage or food labs. But where I can find a kitchen that I can rent that would allow edible production?



    Spent a good amount of time online searching to no avail.


    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    #2
    Find out if the local food trucks have a co op kitchen. Catering companies also might let you rent some kitchen time

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      #3
      It’s not to hard to get a home kitchen space up to code.
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        #4
        Some cooperative extension services (county level) have kitchens. Just be mum about ingredients....or that's what I would do.
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          #5
          Spoken with anyone that works with the health dept ?
          The people who inspect such places can provide one with a wealth of information.
          That which matters most

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            #6
            Originally posted by Gry View Post
            Spoken with anyone that works with the health dept ?
            The people who inspect such places can provide one with a wealth of information.

            That's actually pretty smart.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Gry View Post
              Spoken with anyone that works with the health dept ?
              The people who inspect such places can provide one with a wealth of information.

              That's actually pretty smart.

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                #8
                Originally posted by aridbud View Post
                Some cooperative extension services (county level) have kitchens. Just be mum about ingredients....or that's what I would do.

                I'd rather be up front. Say incase they offer a weekly storage rate? Or if by off chance they didn't want weed products made there? With it being legal I'd rather not burn bridges for anyone else.

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