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Oregon Commercial Kitchens, Community Kitchens, Licensed Kitchens, Shared Kitchens - Places to make foods to sell

Oregon Commercial Kitchens, Community Kitchens, Licensed Kitchens, Shared Kitchens -
Places to make foods to sell!

A licensed kitchen is an inspected, registered commercial kitchen where foods intended for sale can be safely made, in accordance with laws and regulations. While many states allow some low-risk foods to be made at home and sold in smaller quantities, many foods intended for sale can only be made in a licensed kitchen. If you want to make and sell your home-made preserves, salsa, spaghetti sauce, refrigerated foods or whatever, you will need a licensed kitchen to prepare and can the food. many licensed kitchens open their doors at low cost to local food entrepreneurs. If you would rather have a company make and package the food product for you, see this list of copackers in Oregon

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Commercial Kitchens, Community Kitchens, Licensed Kitchens and Shared Kitchens

Note: You may find it is required by your state take the ServSafe® training classes for Manager and employees. It certainly is advisable, in any case. You can get the ServSafe® Handbook that accompanies the course here.


  • Bohemian Kitchen-
    Beaverton, OR. Phone: 503-816-7811.
  • Bourgeois Z Vintage LLC -
    Portland, OR. Phone: 503-473-8013. 
  • Columbia Gorge Incubator Services -
    Hood River, OR. Phone: 541-506-6121.
  • Commercial Commissary Kitchen -
    Portland, OR. Phone: 503-549-0816.
  • Oregon State Food Innovation Center -
    Portland, OR. Phone: 503-872-6680.
  • Stellaria Community Incubator Kitchen -
    Eugene, OR. Phone: 541-686-0921.
  • Umpqua Local Goods -
    Roseberg, OR. Phone: 541-673-4909.
  • Other Resources

    If you still can't find a suitable kitchen, you may need a co-packers.  Co-packers manufacture and package foods for other companies - and small food businesses - to sell.   See this list of co-packers in your area.

     

    Where can I find more information about canning?

    For more than 250 specific, simple recipes with step-by-step directions and photos; and general information on canning and food preservation, see this page.


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