Food, Partnerships, Resources

KitchenTown Farm Day: Nuss Farms x Row 7 Seeds

As a food-centric business, farm visits always reinvigorate the KitchenTown (KT) team. It not only gives us a glimpse at

Year in Review: How 2020 Changed the Food Industry

Food is often a reflection of what’s happening in the world: whether it’s changes in climate, international trade, cultural shifts,

New Strategic Directions for KitchenTown

We are thrilled to welcome Sarah Sha to the team as KitchenTown’s new Director of Strategy. Sarah is a researcher, strategist,
Food, KitchenTown Makers

2020 Holiday Gift Guide

This year, we want to fill all the stockings with goods from small, local makers. Now, more than ever (we
Case Study, Food, KitchenTown Makers

Introducing Drops of Dough

With seven kids among them, all in middle and high school, Erin and Cameron have no need for a consumer
Case Study, Food, KitchenTown Makers, News

Introducing Together Ice Cream

Together “Ice Cream” took a year to perfect before launch. It’s no diet product: full-fat coconut milk melds with flavors
Food, News, Partnerships

Healthier Soils, Better Food: Our New Partnership with Zero Foodprint

Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz had a question: what’s the carbon footprint difference between restaurants and home cooking? They had
Good Food Makers First Cohort
Food, KitchenTown Makers, News, Partnerships

Good Food Makers Announces First Cohort

BLU 1877 & KITCHENTOWN ANNOUNCE FIRST GOOD FOOD MAKERS COHORT  BLU1877 and KITCHENTOWN are thrilled to announce the participants for
Food, KitchenTown Makers, News, Partnerships, Resources

KitchenTown Speakeasy Launches Application for First Cohort for 2020

BEYOND TRENDS: THE FUTURE OF ALTERNATIVE PROTEIN Designed as an exclusive cohort experience, KitchenTown Speakeasy is a dynamic forum for
Case Study, Food, KitchenTown Makers

From Restaurant to CPG Company: How MEZESsf scaled up at KitchenTown

Following the success of his restaurant, Chef Nikos Maheras and his partner decided to focus solely on direct-to-consumer sales of
building with big orange sticker on the window that says KitchenTown

KT Berlin to Open in November 2019

    We are thrilled to announce that KitchenTown Berlin will officially open this November!   KitchenTown Berlin is our
video preview image with ice cream pints, green girl bakeshop
Case Study, Food, KitchenTown Makers, News

Green Girl Bakeshop: For the Love of Ice Cream

We’re so proud of Lisa Stoy, Founder of Green Girl Bakeshop, for moving into her own production facility this week!
Innovation Lab, Resources

How the R&D Tax Credit Can Offset Your Payroll Tax

Are you a small business with less than $5 million in income and investments? Do you want lower payroll taxes?
Innovation Lab, Resources

What to Consider Before Prototyping

You’ve just come up with a new idea for an innovative food product – now what? You’re probably eager to
man cutting crackers on a table, full rack of packaged crackers in foreground
Innovation Lab, Resources

Co-manufacturing Demystified

Business is booming.  You’re selling out store shelves and online, and closing new accounts regularly.  You can hardly find time
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Certifying Organic, Gluten-Free, & Non-GMO: What You Need to Know

Last week we hosted a workshop with Tandem Food about third party certifications, here’s what we learned. With mindful consumerism
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Backhaus bread, Anne Moser
KitchenTown Makers

Backhaus: From Dream to Peninsula Sensation

Anne Moser started Backhaus like many of our makers do – in her home. She was working as a free-lance
Innovation Lab, Resources

Top 5 Things to Consider When Scaling Your Food Product

You’ve got a great food product that’s ready for the market. You’ve tested it at a farmers markets and you’re
Phil Saneski, ReGrained
KitchenTown Makers

Scaling up with ReGrained

ReGrained is one of the many successful startups that has come through KitchenTown in the past five years.  They have
News, Partnerships

We Want to Help You Sell in Japan

We’re partnering with Japanese e-commerce platform, Oisix, to help innovative food startups sell their products in Japan.   WHAT IS
Ripened Ventures
Case Study, KitchenTown Makers

Ripened Ventures Launches into Whole Foods

Juan Diego Cordon, founder of Ripened Ventures and KitchenTown Maker, is a classic example of the unpredictable journey of a food
Planetarians KitchenTown
Case Study, KitchenTown Makers, Partnerships

Barilla Invests in Planetarians Upcycled Ingredients

When you’re trying to grow your food business, it’s common for startups to struggle with getting their product into the
KitchenTown Makers at Expo West
Events, KitchenTown Makers, News

Our Expo West Guide

Like many of our startups and industry partners – we’ll be at Expo West this week!  Expo West is the



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