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Question #47246 posted on 09/06/2008 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I'm trying to locate a licensed commercial kitchen in the Provo area that I could rent for a few hours each week. It doesn't need to be big. All I need is a stove, sink, and small table/countertop. It needs to be clean and sanitary, but other than that I'm not too picky right now because I just need to find something soon.

I've spent hours searching and haven't been able to find anything like this in Provo--although I've found many others in other (larger) cities. Can you point me in the right direction?

I remember a few years ago there were "Berkley Bars" available in the BYU Bookstore which were granola bars made by a student. I assume that student had some sort of commercial kitchen connections in order to be able to sell them to the bookstore. Any ideas where he produced his products?

Thank you!

-Foodie

A: Dear Foodie,

This place in Provo says they will rent to those "moderate or low-income community members seeking to establish their own food business." (If you're a student, you're poor, right?)

I also found this company, whose site says they have kitchens in Salt Lake City and this place in Farmington.

- Katya