"These types of facilities are not typically focused on any sort of small business development, but rather to support neighborhood stakeholders and institutions. Community kitchens can take a variety of forms, being used to cook meals for donation in low-income geographies, for cooking classes, to provide a space for hobbyists, to accommodate eating clubs, to support community programming (such as health/nutrition or youth programs), or a variety of other uses."
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