Everything you need to know to start your own food business!

Oh, if you are indigenous and get in, GIIA will pay your way!

Food Biz 101 is CommonWealth Kitchen’s 13-week training that supports entrepreneurs through the complicated legal and business landscape of running a food business. We hold this course twice a year. 

Classes take place Wednesday evenings 6-8pm from April 1-June 24 at our kitchen – 196 Quincy Street, Dorchester, MA. Cost for the full course is $100.

Apply by February 24, 2020. and send a email to


CommonWealth Kitchen is a 501 (c)3 company located in Dorchester MA, and a collaborative community, providing shared kitchens combined with business assistance to help aspiring entrepreneurs build great food companies, create jobs, improve healthy food access, and strengthen our regional food economy.

“WE BELIEVE that an equitable and resilient local economy requires closing Boston’s growing wealth divide by PROMOTING INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP and CREATING SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT, with a focus on people who have been impacted by racial, social, and economic inequality.” check them out at

The Global Initative for Indigenous Advancement, Inc is a 501(c)3 NGO with the mission of advancing the Social Health Education Econmic (SHEE) status of Indigenous people world wide. 


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