Building a Local Food System through Shared Equity & Food Entrepreneurship Incubation
Local food aggregation
Local Food for Food Lovers
The vision of the North City Food Hub (NCFH) is making a local food system in North St. Louis a reality. The NCFH will establish a shared use kitchen and function as an incubator for entrepreneurs in urban agriculture and culinary to increase income potential and availability of healthy food.
Through a comprehensive workforce program we help residents establish their own businesses through training geared towards local food cooperatives owned by these same residents of the community.
The NCFH provides education and technical assistance to promote agricultural initiatives, business, and individuals-particularly North City Residents to help them achieve their financial goals and turn local food business ideas into reality.
Technical Assistance Training
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Training
Food Safety Certification
Fruit and Vegetable growing and Processing
Development of Value-Added Products
Direct Marketing and Enterprise Development
Culinary and Agriculture Education and Training
General Technical Assistance
Who We Are
A Collaborative Effort to Heal our LocalFood System
NCFH supports the development of a local food system in North St. Louis. Job training in both urban agriculture and culinary will be offered. NCFH is a community based shared-use kitchen space that provides technical support, training, oversight and guidance through the early stages of a cooperative or traditional food business.
North City Food Hub is located in the Jeff VanderLou North Sarah Neighborhood with roughly 3000 square feet of food preparation and storage space. NCFH is a partnership of North City community groups including the HOSCO SHIFT, Ville Collaborative, Good Life Growing and Sweet Potato Projects, Saint Louis University, Les Dames d'Escoffier, and Annie Malone.
Mon - Fri: 1pm - 7pm
Saturday: 11am - 5pm
1034 North Sarah
Saint Louis, MO 63110
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