Over the last two years Newmarket Kitchen has facilitated the start up and growth of a number of Irish food businesses. From small, artisan brands to large caterers and everything in between.
The number one problem for a lot of food startups is the cost required to set up. You've got to find a suitable HSE approved facility, purchase expensive kitchen equipment, pay for electricity, gas, water, waste, wi-fi and pest control. All before producing a single product.
Enter Newmarket Kitchen, a food incubator for Irish food businesses. For one monthly payment, Newmarket Kitchen provides everything you need to set up and grow your business. Allowing you to focus on what's most important, producing the best possible product.
Check out the infographic below to see some of our achievements over the past twelve months and why, more than ever, there is a need for food incubators such as Newmarket Kitchen.
John and Katrina have a passion for travel and food. They went backpacking on honeymoon to Myanmar (Burma) because John’s grandmother was Burmese, and it was one of the countries they had not been to in South East Asia. The trip proved inspirational. While trekking through the remote hills of the Shan State they encountered local Myanmar dishes cooked using sesame and peanut oil, and saw the abundance of crops grown naturally without the use of pesticides.
They passed many schools on their trek and witnessed the lack of resources – and the local children’s excitement at receiving the simple notepads and pencils that John and Katrina gave them.
An idea began to form: if they brought sesame and peanut oil from Myanmar to Europe, they could help the farmers sell their goods internationally whilst giving back to local schools in the form of resources.
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