The Food Innovation Network includes organizations, educational institutions, local government, and community working together to create pathways for health, wealth, and success through food system revitalization in South King County.Learn More
Soozveen is a mediterranean catering company started by two Kurdish-American sisters in Des Moines. Co-owners Sheelan and Zozan Shamdeen discuss how they got their start and give invaluable advice on beginning a small business.Read More
Shared Kitchen Launches
FIN is excited to announce the launch of our shared commercial kitchen in Kent. This Pilot Kitchen is supporting four new local caterers as well as Project Feast and their apprentice-run cafe, Ubuntu Street Cafe.Read More
FIN’s Program Assistant shares her views on cultural identity as a proud American immigrant. From ESL Teacher to Entrepreneur, Sheelan wants to get people talking to each other.Read Her Story
Community Food Advocate
At 31, Jaqueline Garcia is a force of nature. From empowering Latina mothers to small business advisor, it was motherhood that was the catalyst for her to become a community leader and fuel her ambition.Read Her Story
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We are excited to host the 2nd Annual FIN Resource Fair May 12th from 5:30-8pm at Foster High School. This year we will be bringing together resources for both entrepreneurs and community members. Folks can get help starting a food business, finding a job in the food industry, or taking food and nutrition classes. More… Read more »READ MORE 〉