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

Date
2000-03
Authors
Hollyer, James
Castro, Luisa
Salgado, Cathy
Cox, Linda
Hodgson, Aurora
Thom, Wayne
Yurth, Carol
Kam, Peter
Kwok, Milton
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Volume Title
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University of Hawaii
Abstract
Entrepreneur food manufacturers can benefit from community kitchens. Extensive descriptions of establishing and outfitting such a kitchen are given.
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food processing, value-added products, kitchen equipment
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).
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