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post #61 of 81
Hi Sonia,
I know this might be a long shot but are you still looking for another company to fill in the cupcakes and cake baking spot in Pasadena?
If so please contact me at Ricecakebakery@gmail.com or 626 720 4617
Thanks
-Raisa
post #62 of 81

I have a kitchen for rent in commerce. It is beautiful and i am giving awesome rates

Jason 

 

cell 9497021951

post #63 of 81

 We have a commercial kitchen in northridge  san fernando valley area 1,000 sq ft. for rent hourly or monthly! Space just opened up if you need a place 818.882.0120 

post #64 of 81

Hi Jason - where in LA is your kitchen?

post #65 of 81

Is this location near California State University Northridge? 

post #66 of 81

Justin, I have a bakery about 5 miles from CSUN (in Van Nuys/Lake Balboa). We have the capacity to share our kitchen at this time. Let me know if you'd like to come visit and chat. 

post #67 of 81

Hi justin we have a kitchen on tampa and parthenia by in n out and costco like 2 miles of CSUN. If you need one!

post #68 of 81

I don't know if you are still looking but I own My Sweet Cupcake in South Pasadena. I bought it because I needed a commercial kitchen for my Granola company. I have a permit to cook out of my home. CFO in LA county. I am operating the cupcake bakery as a time share co op. It is an incubator for newbies to grow their biz. It also has great retail sales. Sat and Sundays are taken but let me know if you would like more details. 626-441-4010. Cheers, granola girl

post #69 of 81

Hi RC Cookies - I know this post is a few months old... I am a caterer looking for commercial kitchen space and saw your post. do you still have space available? Would be very interested in more details. 

 

Amy

post #70 of 81

Would anyone who rents or has rented commercial kitchen from another in LA answer some questions for me? I have talked to a friend who owns a restaurant about using their kitchen space during the off hours for my soda business. For accountability, I called the "Specialized Food Service" if I would fall under the umbrella of the pre-existing licenses and permits the kitchen has already, or if I would have to get my own. The person I spoke to said you are not allowed to share kitchen space in LA, but have to use one of their approved locations (ex. LA Prep). However, that contradicts this thread and why people would offer rental space at all. Was she telling the truth?

post #71 of 81
Quote:
Originally Posted by PeteMcCracken View Post
 

Good luck finding such a kitchen.

 

Most clubs/churches, if they are licensed at all, are not licensed for commercial use.

 

I would take a hard look at your business plan if you cannot afford $20/hour.
 

 

 

Hi Pete McCracken from Porterville. Were you being helpful with the Los Angeles area or refering to the incubator model for startup food products and chefs we have down here? You're helpful intention may have missed it's mark, but i can only speak for myself and not the other crowd of people that seemed to offer exactly what was requested on a low-cost, shared incubator or part time kitchen, including one offer of profit-sharing basis also. Just sayin.

Hamentashn R Us :) have a nice day.

post #72 of 81

Yes, you are correct. I own a granola company. I have a Cottage Food Operation Class B permit with LA county. This CFO permit allows you to bake out of your home kitchen. Class A covers direct sales to customers. Class B covers direct sales to customers and allows you to wholesale to retail locations. My granola is wholesaled to 24 stores and coffee shops. In addition to the items you mentioned you should get biz liability insurance. And because it is in your home you should get a home occupied biz license from your city. My city says it can't be more than 20% of your total sq footage of your home. 

hope this helps.

post #73 of 81

Would appreciate some help! Never knew searching for kitchen space would be this difficult.

 

My product is chicken so I need a kitchen that is approved by the USDA.

 

Any kitchens out there?

 

I'm in Los Angeles, but am willing to travel to a certain degree of course.

 

Anyone know of any kitchens that have been approved by the USDA already?

 

Thank you in advance for the help.

post #74 of 81
Hi,
I am a coffee roaster in the area looking to rent commercial kitchen space. I can do any block of hours.
My roaster is set up to be portable (runs on a propane grill tank)and I can be in a grill/ smoker area to roast. Really only need access to the hand wash sink and an electric plug.
Can do a onetime block or something ongoing.san Fernando valley/ Santa Clarita areas would work best but I'm open to location.
post #75 of 81
Medical edible company seeking kitchen space to rent hourly/daily, contact us at 714-553-1649 please
post #76 of 81


I am looking for a kitchen with storage for dry and refrigerator space in addition to a stovetop   I have a probiotic beverage that I need to meet code and in order to get insurance. Does anyone know of a space.  I saw the inglewood space that might be a great location.  I am in SM/Malibu area, so valley would work also.

 

Thanks,

 

Cheryl

post #77 of 81

Churches have commercial kitchens and I am sure there is a fee.  Not sure how much they charge per hour or what our their rules and regulations may be.  My guess would pretty much be the same food handling certifications requirements that servers must have.

post #78 of 81

Hello ! \

I am looking for a place to rent for Food decorating and presentation classes.  Does anyone know affordable kitchen or bar for rent?  

For the beginning, I need  only 2 -4 hours per week.

Do I need an insurance.?  If yes, where and how should I get it?

 

Thank you

Galina

post #79 of 81

She was saying what the rules are for sharing a commercial kitchen with multiple separate businesses. LA county knows that using a commercial kitchen is difficult for new businesses so...Have you looked into the Cottage Food Operation option for your soda biz? I am teaching a class on How to Create Your Cottage Food Operation in Los Angeles County. This allows you to create your product out of your own kitchen. Your kitchen will be inspected by the LA county health dept. You do get a permit number that must appear on your products. There are requirements that you have to meet and some that I would highly recommend you do to protect yourself. My granola company is a 3 and half yrs old CFO. And wholesaled into 24 stores. I teach and mentor my students on how I did it. To view the details of my class go to eventbrite.com and look at classes in Glendale area. My class is the last Monday in Sept. 

Cheers,

Granola Girl

post #80 of 81

Have you looked into the Cottage Food Operation option for your biz? I am teaching a class on How to Create Your Cottage Food Operation in Los Angeles County. This allows you to create your product out of your own kitchen. Your kitchen will be inspected by the LA county health dept. You do get a permit number that must appear on your products. There are requirements that you have to meet and some that I would highly recommend you do to protect yourself. My granola company is a 3 and half yrs old CFO. And wholesaled into 24 stores. I teach and mentor my students on how I did it. To view the details of my class go to eventbrite.com and look at classes in Glendale area. My class is the last Monday in Sept. 

I also own commercial bakery and teach classes at the community center so if the CFO class doesn't meet your needs then we can discuss other options for you.

Cheers,

Granola Girl

post #81 of 81

Did you ever find an affordable place in the Southbay? I am currently looking for a place just to store food overnight and do less than 2 hours prep work, no cooking. 

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