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Real Good Kitchen

Providing food entrepreneurs with the space and resources they need to succeed

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Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, UT Knoxville, Vol Court - Fall 2020
September 3, 2020
Join Real Good Kitchen Founder, Bailey Foster, for a fireside chat about social entrepreneurship.
Bailey Foster with Real Good Kitchen - Startup Knox Podcast
August 27, 2020
I'm talking with Bailey Foster founder of Real Good Kitchen, a community kitchen coming to East Knoxville. We talk about building a public benefit company, advancing equity in the food industry, raising money for the location on Magnolia Avenue, a...
Bailey Foster is three years into the Real Good Kitchen initiative and still pushing forward
March 17, 2020
"We're coming-up on the three-year mark of this whole journey," says Bailey Foster, Founder of Real Good Kitchen. "Honestly, I expected to have launched by now." We first met the Knoxville native nearly two years ago and shared her vision for a high-quality commercial production kitchen and storage space for established businesses such as caterers and food truck operators, an event venue, and a culinary business incubator in this article in October 2018.
Real Good Kitchen meets culinary entrepreneurs 'where they are'
February 13, 2020
Ever heard of an " incubator kitchen "? Also called a "kitchen incubator," it's defined by The New York Times as "a shared commercial kitchen, used primarily by low-income women, mostly immigrants, who want to build a food business but wouldn't have the resources to do so on their own."
PechaKucha: Making Change Through Food: Incubator Kitchens and Thriving Communities
May 16, 2019
In cities and town across the country, incubator kitchens are the engines of economic opportunity literally changing the faces of ownership and economic power in their communities. Incubator kitchens lower barriers and offer resources to food entrepreneurs.
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