Many food entrepreneurs have great ideas, are expert chefs but have a modest budget. This leaves many trying to think of ways to stretch their budget while still doing what they love. Food trucks have become a haven for such people as their much-lower-than-average overhead helps turn a profit. Same for those prepared food sellers at farmers markets. So, if you don’t have a food-truck or rent a retail space, and don’t have hundreds of thousands in capital to build a full commercial kitchen, where can you prepare and cook your food? You certainly can’t cook from your home kitchen as it will not meet state safety requirements.
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