About Us | Commissary Kitchen 2017-05-31T15:59:42+00:00
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about us | commissary kitchen

What is a Commissary Kitchen?

A commissary kitchen is a licensed commercial kitchen where food businesses can prepare and store food. Commissary kitchens are more affordable for small businesses allowing them to forgo building and operating a commercial kitchen of their own. Food businesses also use commissary kitchens because they’re legally required to prepare and cook food products that will be sold to the public in a licensed commercial kitchen.

Cook Tucson is a dedicated commissary kitchen & culinary incubator which provides food businesses a place to get started, to grow and to thrive. Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur that needs a licensed kitchen or an existing small business that needs more production room, we provide the equipment and licensed commercial kitchen space you need 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

  • The shared kitchen offers more than 900 square feet of professional cooking equipment and dedicated prep space.
  • The studio offers private kitchen space for catering, cooking demonstrations, classes or meetings.
  • Plus, Cook Tucson offers affordable services to assist with business consulting, graphic design, website development and maintenance, advertising and social media.

Cook Tucson creates a unique resource where locally-made food and locally-based companies can thrive.

The Cook Tucson commissary kitchen offers regular cooking classes led by area chefs. Sign up to learn some new techniques or master a new cuisine style.

Get inspired now with the resources to make it easy to ignite your own culinary business.
Corinne TsoOwner / Founder
Corinne started the Cook Tucson commissary kitchen to help area food businesses get off the ground and thrive. She provides a unique combination of culinary and business development experience to Cook Tucson and its members; with experience as vice president of marketing and business development for some of the world’s leading healthcare software companies and as a cooking school chef’s assistant and amateur food artisan. Cook Tucson elegantly combines these two passions in the food industry and in business development – helping local food businesses and further developing Tucson into a premier foodie destination with a thriving community of healthy, local and unique food options.

Photos from the Cook Tucson Commissary Kitchen

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