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Food incubator CommonWealth Kitchen buys 36,000-square-foot space in Dorchester

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

CommonWealth Kitchen, a Dorchester-based nonprofit that helps food startups get off the ground, is settling into its new permanent home in the 36,000-square-foot Bornstein and Pearl Food Production Small Business Center.
“Today is an awesome and auspicious day,” said Jen Faigel, executive director and co-founder of CommonWealth Kitchen. “After what has been truly one of the most difficult, grueling and exhausting 18 months of all of our lives, and certainly in my career, I'm thrilled to say we're home.”
Although the organization had been renting the space as the anchor tenant since 2014...
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