THE GROWING HOPE INCUBATOR KITCHEN
The Growing Hope Incubator Kitchen provides an accessible space for startup food businesses looking to take their business to the next level. The licensed kitchen is open 24/7 to rent for affordable hourly rates and offers professional-grade equipment. Growing Hope helps our kitchen renters navigate food safety regulations, permitting, and facilitates connections to new retail markets.
If you would like to inquire about kitchen rental, please click here for more information.
Check out the current Growing Hope Incubator Kitchen makers:
Beara Bakes is a small pop-up bakery located in Ypsilanti Michigan. They specialize in seasonal baked goods and strive to use local good ingredients. You can find them at their monthly bake sale to grab a box of curated baked goodies at Ann Arbor’s The Bar at 327 Braun Court. They also do pop-ups around the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area and whole-sale to local coffee shops.
Ellen's Fine Goods
JT’s Nutri-feast makes gourmet vegan seasoning blends with no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, as well as vegan deli selections, and vegan cheese sauces.
No Label Juice
Pott Farms is an ethical, kind, and restorative company committed to using regenerative practices to responsibly produce great CBD.
Pott Farms is an L3C (low-profit limited liability company) based in Washtenaw County Michigan. Their goal is to increase access to and understanding of hemp-based wellness products, and to produce those hemp products with the utmost care for the land and their community.
Queen's Sweet Treats
Thank you to Old National Bank, Domino’s, and Lake Trust Credit Union for their generous support of the Growing Hope Incubator Kitchen.