In collaboration with many local growers, food producers, and other non-profit and private partners, Amagansett Food Institute’s South Fork Kitchens in Southampton serves as a regional center for food aggregation, manufacturing, and distribution. A Food Hub Feasibility Study completed in 2015 informs and guides this work, which is focused on creating a more sustainable and equitable local food system.
The commercial kitchen, located on Stony Brook University's Southampton campus, supports farmer and entrepreneur members by renting kitchen time and storage space to produce food and beverage products. South Fork Kitchens is licensed by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets and equipped with commercial-grade machinery, refrigeration, and dry storage.
We consistently strive to support our members with different booking and payment options based on direct feedback. As such, kitchen stations may be booked in one-hour increments and producers may choose to purchase time-based plans to reduce hourly rates.
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