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Five Questions With: Lisa Raiola

Lisa Raiola is president and founder of the nonprofit Hope & Main, the culinary incubator that’s helped launch nearly 300 food businesses since it...

Hope & Main acquires former JKL Engineering building on Federal Hill...

PROVIDENCE – The former office of JKL Engineering on Federal Hill, a contracting firm that specialized in heating, ventilation and air conditioning, was recently...
Bruce Newbury

Hope & Main making food Providence’s business

Lisa Raiola, founder and president of food business incubator Hope & Main in Warren, shared insights from her years of bringing amateur cooks through...
HOPE & MAIN in 2023 will open a new Downtown Makers Marketplace at 100 Westminster St. in Providence. Pictured, from left, are Joseph R. Paolino Jr., Paolino Properties LP managing partner; Barbara Papitto, The Papitto Opportunity Connection founder; Lisa Raiola, Hope & Main founder and president; and Tony Lopez, owner of Schasteâ. / COURTESY HOPE & MAIN

Hope & Main to open downtown marketplace in Providence

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s prominent food business incubator will soon have a significant presence in the city. Additionally, the organization is currently negotiating to occupy...
Bruce Newbury

Hope & Main food incubator is a recipe for success

The boating and sailing world returned to the City by the Sea in September for the Newport International Boat Show. Food and beverage is a...

Boston-based food launchpad expands to R.I.

PROVIDENCE — A Boston-based food launchpad is expanding its network of industry connections and capital into the Ocean State. Founded in 2015 by CEO Lauren...
FRESH ­INGREDIENTS: Master chef Rosa Munoz, of Savory Fare, prepares a home-cooked meal in the commercial kitchen at food incubator Hope & Main in ­Warren. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. considers relaxing law on homemade food

A home-based bakery seemed to make perfect sense to Portsmouth resident Kara Donovan. Friends and family had already asked to buy her creations, and...
DISHING OUT MEALS: Douglas Spikes, kitchen manager, and volunteer Kathy Block prepare meals for guests at social services nonprofit Amos House in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

For many groups, hardships evolving, not subsiding

Social services nonprofit Amos House in Providence has been inundated since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in March 2020, and it doesn’t appear that...

Governor’s panel discusses strategies for aiding state’s small businesses

PROVIDENCE – A panel of business leaders discussed potential strategies aimed at aiding the state's small businesses on Facebook live on Thursday. The discussion was...

Roger Williams University to offer course on creating sustainable food systems

BRISTOL – Roger Williams University’s University College will offer a new course starting June 29 on how a more sustainable approach to food systems...
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