Kitchens at the Creamery benefits local business owners
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - Kitchens at the Creamery in Eustis Nebraska is giving local people the opportunity to grow their food business.
Kitchens at the Creamery may be new, but the history behind it is not. This 98-year-old building is now being used as a commercial community kitchen in which space can be rented to make a food product to sell. Owner Lori Johnson-Berke said they are encouraging more people to get involved because it is an opportunity for Eustis to provide a local product.
“I needed the commercial kitchen for what I do with the Grain Oven is my business and I make rustic bread and crackers but this is more space than I need. And so I want to share it with the community and provide it as a resource,” said Johnson-Berke.
Gal and Goat Owner Tracey Keifer said this is a gem in their community.
“To be able to sell our product we always felt we needed to have somewhere we can make them where it’s efficient and just a nice area instead of just in your house especially if you’re selling them,” said Keifer.
Sharon’s Biscotti owner Sharon Larson says this group is a great way to get support and ideas from others.
“Its great to have a partnership with somebody who talks to you and can give you ideas and you can help them along with their business as well,” said Larson.
For more information on how to get involved go to their site Kitchensatthecreamery.com
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