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foodworksImagine walking into the grocery store and seeing aisles filled with indie food and beverage brands, like an adaptogenic kombucha your friend told you about and watermelon jerky. Instead of a chore, grocery shopping would be a place to discover cool products you didn’t even know existed.

Foodworks co-founders Nick Devane and Mike Dee are working toward making that a reality by providing a co-working space for food and drink entrepreneurs. Currently, 163 startup brands are making use of the incubator’s locations in New York, Newark, Providence, and Portland, Maine.

The project has even caught the attention of Sweetgreen co-founder Nic Jammet, who, along with his business partners Jonathan Neman and Nathaniel Ru, invested in Foodworks. “We were super impressed with not only Nick but the space and really believe that it solves a problem,” Jammet says. “We’re very interested in hearing about businesses connected to health and that think about the food system in a very different way.” more…

(English) HOW ONE CULINARY CO-WORKING SPACE IS POISED TO START A FOOD REVOLUTION

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