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Title: Some Costs and Considerations for Establishing an Entrepreneurial Community Shared-use Kitchen or "Test-kitchen Incubator"; the Examples of the Hamakua Incubator Kitchen & Crafts and the Honokaa Ohana Kitchen Project
Authors: Hollyer, James
Castro, Luisa
Salgado, Cathy
Cox, Linda
Hodgson, Aurora
show 4 moreThom, Wayne
Yurth, Carol
Kam, Peter
Kwok, Milton

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Keywords: food processing
value-added products
kitchen equipment
Issue Date: Mar-2000
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Hollyer J, Castro L, Salgado C, Hodgson A, Thom W, Yurth C, Kam P, Kwok, M. 2000. Some costs and considerations for establishing an entrepreneurial community shared-use kitchen or "test-kitchen incubator"; the examples of the Hamakua Incubator Kitchen & Crafts and the Honokaa Ohana Kitchen Project. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 15 p. (Food Safety and Technology; FMT-2).
Series/Report no.: Food Management and Technology
2
Abstract: Entrepreneur food manufacturers can benefit from community kitchens. Extensive descriptions of establishing and outfitting such a kitchen are given.
Pages/Duration: 15 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/12256
Appears in Collections:Food Management and Technology, 2000 - 2000



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