Food and beverage business incubator Kitchen Table Projects has launched a unique platform for emerging producers who are seeking to bring their shelf-ready product to market.
The company is offering 15 food and drink artisans the chance to showcase their products to shoppers and commuters alike at Old Street Station, in the heart of London’s start-up scene, between June and September. Winners will be immersed in a 12-week program covering marketing, PR, finance, branding, food photography and food law designed to improve their of chances of making their product a success.
The 15 successful companies will also be given shelf space to sell their products with regular sales reports and feedback, the opportunity to conduct tastings and other events, as well as the chance to pitch their business.
Kitchen Table Projects founder Tara Sundramoorthi said: “With Kitchen Table Projects, I put together two of my most favourite things – food and making things happen. I wanted to create a starting point for emerging artisan food producers to make their visions and aspirations a reality. I believe that the world is a better place when people are doing what they love. Our School of Food will help those producers looking for a shop window to retail their product – and provide them with invaluable expert advice at the same time. All that they need is a product and a passion for being part of an incredible foodie community. Old Street Station is a fantastic location for a pop-up shop front and I am so excited to be launching there. It would be amazing if I could help 15 food and drink businesses achieve what they never thought was possible.”
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