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HOPE & MAIN and Crave Food Systems have launched an app to help local people buy local food.

Hope & Main serves up high-tech method to purchase local food

WARREN – Food-business incubator Hope & Main is bringing its small businesses online.The group has teamed up with Providence-based food-technology company Crave Food Systems...
SPENT GRAIN: OurGrain is a startup that reuses grain from beer-making to create other products, such as bagel bites and cookies. Co-founders from left: (rear) ­Victor Eng and Sam Burges, (front) ­Samantha Gannon, Nicole Gresko and Natasha B. Daniels. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

From beer making to baked goods

Ever wonder what happens to grain after it’s used to make beer?It’s called “spent grain” and a group of current and former Johnson &...
TWO HOPE & MAIN members took home accolades from the 2018 Good Food Awards in San Francisco.

Two Hope & Main members win national 2018 Good Food Awards

WARREN – Two Hope & Main member companies, SanoBe Superfoods and Halvah Heaven, have earned 2018 Good Food Awards, Hope & Main announced Friday.Hope...
The Burgundian, a Warren-based specialty waffle company, will launch a Kickstarter campaign on Friday, Jan. 19 to fund the renovation of a double decker bus into a mobile cafe and kitchen./ PHOTO COURTESY THE BURGUNDIAN

Warren-based waffle company launches Kickstarter for bus café

PROVIDENCE – The Burgundian, a specialty waffle company based out Hope & Main’s Warren kitchen, launched a $30,000 Kickstarter campaign Friday to finance the...
UNIQUE TOPPINGS: Shane Matlock is the owner of The Burgundian, a 5-month-old food company that sells Belgian-style waffles at pop-up events across Rhode Island. The waffles come with a variety of topping styles. Pictured is a bacon, ricotta, fig spread and basil theme. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Waffles to write home about

In late 2008 Shane Matlock, living on the French side of the Belgium-France border, ate a waffle that “forever changed” his outlook on the...
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Job Creators Q&A: Lisa Raiola

Lisa Raiola | Founder, Hope & MainIs Rhode Island a good place to grow jobs? Why? Yes, it’s a fantastic place to grow jobs...
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Bastianich has passionate following in R.I.

“This is one of Lidia’s top spots in North America!” The news came as a bit of a surprise to all who heard Corrado...
THE SOUTHERN NEW England Entrepreneurs Forum will hold its first panel in Providence to discuss changes and growth in the region's entrepreneur economy.

SNEEF panel to assess status of region’s startup economy

PROVIDENCE – The Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum will host a panel discussion Wednesday night to examine the current state of entrepreneurship in the...
READY-MADE: Good4u founder Cindie DeMello, right, with business partner and General Manager Tanya DiMarco. The startup provides meal-delivery services, catering and plans to open a café. / COURTESY GOOD4U

Premade food for fitness

After 25 years as a personal trainer and nutritionist, Cindie DeMello found the No. 1 barrier to clients’ fitness goals was diet.“They didn’t necessarily...
READY TO EAT: Maggie R. Mulvena, owner of meal-delivery service Feast & Fettle, brings an order for a Lincoln family to the company van. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Selling a story key to food-startup success

Meal-delivery service Feast & Fettle managed to grow during its first year in business thanks in part to an evolving, cost-effective marketing strategy, says...
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