New life breathed into kitchen collaborative

KITCHEN TIME: Josh Berner, owner of the food truck HG80, uses commercial-grade equipment at the Providence Kitchen Collaborative to prep ingredients before heading out on the road. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
KITCHEN TIME: Josh Berner, owner of the food truck HG80, uses commercial-grade equipment at the Providence Kitchen Collaborative to prep ingredients before heading out on the road. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Restaurants and other food businesses, like many small businesses, have high failure rates. How to get started in the business while learning the ropes? Incubator spaces and shared professional kitchens in Rhode Island allow a microbusiness to take root. Such incubators for food businesses are continuing to provide support in the COVID-19 pandemic by sharing…

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