Maraki – Start-Up Q&A

Maraki Maraki, established in 2016, is an Ethiopian coffee and catering business. Business partners Fanaye Gebeyaw and Lidia Tadlla provide Ethiopian coffee and healthy snacks through the traditional ceremony that is perfect for social occasions.   Service Area: Seattle and King County Availability: Call us anytime Contact: (206) 832-5979     Q: Tell us about your business… Read more »





Cater with a FIN business!

  FIN is happy to connect you with a catering business participating in our culinary business incubator program. The businesses we work with each offer a unique menu with dishes cooked from scratch. Mian Dian, Rekebot Coffee House, Soozveen, Swahili Cuisine cook up dishes and flavors from China, Ethiopia, Iraq, and Kenya. They can cater… Read more »



SeaTac’s first farm stand This Thursday, 4-6pm at Matt Griffin YMCA. Get local fruits and vegetables.

SeaTac’s first farm stand at the Matt Griffin YMCA.  . Come shop for local fruits and vegetables at the farm stand this Thursday, from 4-6pm at the Matt Griffin YMCA. This week we’ll have cherries, peaches, apricots, apples, carrots, rainbow chard, sugar snap peas, salad mix and zucchini! Come on opening day and get a… Read more »



Urban Agriculture Convening Update

In June, FIN hosted a second convening with organizations working in urban agriculture throughout South King County. The group discussed how as a network we can connect people to resources and land to farm or garden. As an initial step, the group began to create an inventory of community gardens, urban farms and related programs happening… Read more »


Swahili Food Seattle

Startup Q&A: Swahili Food Seattle Swahili Food Seattle is an East African catering company started by a Kenyan immigrant. Founder and Owner, Benson Nzioka discusses how he got inspired to start his business and his dreams for the future. Hours/Availability: Tuesday – Sunday 8am-7pm Founded: 2015 Contact: 253-426-5307  Q: Tell us about your business? I cater East African food across… Read more »