, Newburyport, MA


January 4, 2013

A place for 'foodpreneurs'

Shared-use commercial kitchen will be first on North Shore


“They’re all so unique,” Sutton said.

“Clients are both new businesses and businesses looking to expand,” she added. “Some are businesses (who sell) at private events, farmers markets, fairs and online.”

She also has some clients who will sell business-to-business, such as to restaurants, specialty food markets or grocery stores.

As Sutton gets ready to open her doors, she’s excited to be a new local small business, helping other small business owners as they strive to grow and expand.

She plans to offer seminars for her clients, as well, that will focus on topics such as marketing their products, food safety and menu planning. She hopes to see her clients buying locally grown ingredients and selling locally.

“It’s so exciting,” she said.






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