Learn more about how we support food businesses like yours at Can-Do Kitchen


What's my road map to start a business at Can-Do Kitchen?


How We Support Entrepreneurs

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We provide resource lists, tips, and referrals to help you through this process.

 

 

Through our knowledge of legal requirements, a partnership with a label specialist, and the CDK experiential education series, we are able to provide guidance and resources to help you develop a professional label for your product.

 

Can-Do Kitchen has positive relationships with local retailers and we will provide you with valuable resource lists and connections to local distributors.

 

Members of the Can-Do Kitchen have access to wholesale ordering, several resource lists, and guidance through meetings and the CDK experiential education series.

We have a licensed facility, years of experience navigating the licensing world, good relationships with local licensing agents, and provide food safety guidance while we help you get your own license.

 

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Our partnerships with professional business counselors and experience working with several food businesses make it possible for us to guide you through this process. We're happy to share our resources and provide access to the CDK experiential education series

 

We have partnerships and connections with graphic design & marketing companies and provide you with those resources in addition to affordable guidance through the CDK experiential education series.

 
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We offer both written and verbal translation services to our members that are more comfortable navigating the challenges of starting a food business in their native languages.


Can-Do Camp

Can-Do Camp is a 12-week group incubation process in which you’ll learn all the necessary requirements and best practices for starting a food business. You’ll have the opportunity to build a support network with your peers and learn from local professionals. You’ll receive essential resource guides, referrals, food safety guidance, connections to local retailers and much more. By the end of Can-Do Camp, you’ll be ready to launch your business with a solid foundation and start producing in the kitchen! (The next Can-Do Camp is scheduled for March 29th thru June 14th, Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30pm, with applications due on March 15th, 2017Attend one of our upcoming Group Tour & Information Sessions to receive an application. 


Who Should Apply?

Anyone with a food business idea wanting to learn how to launch a successful startup from scratch or transition from a cottage to commercial business. Attend one of our upcoming Group Tour & Information Sessions to receive an application.