Make it Local at a Shared-Use Kitchen

Three new shared-use commercial kitchens have sprung up in the past month, each offering a range of services to help small-scale food entrepreneurs make their ideas come alive! These kitchens offer a fully-licensed place to incubate new products, conduct hands-on cooking classes, and foster start-ups — contact the one closest to you to get started!

• Acorn Kitchen
64 Government St, Kittery, ME
(207) 332-4425, www.acornkitchen.net

• Creative Chef Kitchens
35 Manchester Rd, Unit 9, Derry, NH
(888) 625-2111, www.creativechefkitchens.com

• Kitchen Local
14 Cedar St, #106, Amesbury, MA
(978) 204-3197, www.kitchenlocal.com

Find out more about how an incubator kitchen works with this recent NH Chronicle video on Neighbor Made Kitchen in Keene >

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