The lastest and greatest news about our members!
Check out CWK's Executive Director, Jen Faigel, on Radio Boston earlier this week! She and other panelists discuss business leadership challenges, labor shortages, and recent trends.
For the second year in a row, our Holiday Gift Boxes were featured in The Boston Globe!
Since the pandemic, CommonWealth Kitchen has been feeding our community while providing opportunities for our small businesses. This year we were happy to help out Boston's Mayor Michelle Wu as she and her staff distributed 2,000 turkeys to local families. We also connected our members (see photo) to Boston Pediatrics to help prepare meals for their clients and families.
Listen as member Nathalie Lecorps talks about her work preparing hundreds of meals each week for Haitian refugees and what it means to her and her staff.
Nathalie Barege drew inspiration from her Haitian roots and her grandmother’s recipes, leading her to create a brand of fruit preserves called Maman Myrthe’s Pantry.
Nathalie LeCorps is answering the call to feed newly arrived Haitian refugees. Her hot meals bring a taste of home to those seeking shelter in local hotels.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about the CommonWealth Kitchen Food Show for 2023.
Spoiler: It's delicious! Learn all about field fritter that CommonWealth Kitchen is producing. We love making tasty products while simultaneously supporting regional farmers, creating jobs, and sustainably participating in the food economy.
Are you a Northeastern University student or are just in the area looking for good eats near campus? Well check out Jamaica Mi Hungry in Jackson Square for all your Caribbean cravings. Thank you Eater Boston for featuring one of our fabulous Common Wealth Kitchen members!
We are so incredibly proud of the CommonWealth Kitchen small businesses that have been committed to such community-driven work. Gourmet Kreyol, Fresh Food Generation, and Family Affair Restaurant & Catering were featured in The Boston Globe for their successful and meaningful efforts in feeding Haitian refugees recently arriving in the Boston area.
We're thrilled to witness Mayor Wu of Boston showing her support for our CommonWealth Kitchen members: Sweet Teez Bakery, Reign Drink Lab, Mo'Rockin Fusion, McCrea's Candies, and Jamaica Mi Hungry.
We're showing our gratitude for The Boston Globe as they once again highlight another Alumni, Effie's Homemade! Check out the featured article and learn all about the tasty expanded biscuit selection.
Thank you to the people over at the Boston Globe to shine the spotlight on CommonWealth Kitchen's own Alumni, Inna's Kitchen! Be sure to try out their tasty wholesome food if you're ever in the Newton area.
Thank you to Bill and Joyce Cummings and the Cummings Foundation team for their incredible generosity! The Cummings Foundation has pledged to donate $1M over 10 years to CommonWealth Kitchen and offered an additional $1M grant to be matched by other donors.
Thank you to Boston Business Journal for recognizing CommonWealth Kitchen and Santander Bank US by awarding us with the BBJ's Community Collaboration Award ? for the work we do through Santander’s Cultivate Small Business program!! We're so grateful for your partnership and the work you do to support our community!
We're proud to announce our CommonWealth Kitchen alumni, Dorchester Food Co-Op have opened their doors to the people of the Dorchester community. If you're in the Dorchester area stop by to get your produce, pantry staples, household goods, and prepared foods and while supporting local farmers and producers.