Thursday, April 2, 6:00 - 8:00 pm Kalamazoo-Arcadia Brewing Company 701 E. Michigan Ave. Registration required, $30
Don't settle for average photos. If you are a food business owner, farmers market vendor, blogger, pinner, or instagrammer, you need mouthwatering food photos for your website, blog, Facebook, labels, and market booth. This workshop will give you crucial knowledge and hands-on experience so YOU can take excellent quality pictures of your food. Derek Richmond, professional food photographer, and Missy Al-Azzawi of Mazawi Design Group bring wonderfully complementary perspectives and will help you understand why and how to take great photos. Bring your camera or phone, your packaged food or other simple props, and walk away from the workshop with a professional-quality photo on your phone and the know-how to keep taking beautiful food photos on a budget.
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Saturday, April 4, 12:00 - 1:00 pm Can-Do Kitchen 511 Harrison St. Registration required, FREE
The Group Tour is a no-cost opportunity to see our kitchen facility and to learn about our incubation program and other opportunities. Registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending. (If no one is signed up, the tour will be cancelled.)
KALAMAZOO, MI - December 11, 2014 - Fair Food Matters' Can-Do Kitchen celebrates the graduation of food business, Kaleamazoo Chips. Kaleamazoo Chips is now producing their popular kale chips in the Organic Gypsy's brick and mortar kitchen in the Edison Neighborhood. This new, larger location will enable Kaleamazoo Chips to increase production by 100%. Read more here.
November 18, KALAMAZOO, MI – Mamaleelu Cold Brew LLC, maker of the area’s first concentrated cold brewed coffee, won Westborn Market’s “The Next SKU Could Be You” product placement competition at the sixth annual “Making it in Michigan” trade show, held recently in Lansing.
The coffee product is produced in the Fair Food Matters’ Can-Do Kitchen, a food business incubator and commercial kitchen. “Maliesha has worked diligently and focused her passion. She is an inspiring woman to work with and we’re so excited to support her in this next phase,” adds Lucy Dilley, Can-Do Kitchen program manager. Read more here.