The missing ingredient in your food career


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What a great experience @FoodShareTO this summer. Grateful place like Toronto Kitchen Incubator exists for newbies! - from Sweet Sammies

Finally, a place for creators and innovators to refine their palate and hone their passion for food.

If the kitchen is your happy place, it may be time for a career switch, and FoodShare is there to help. FoodShare is helping Toronto food businesses bring their ideas to life with access to professional kitchens through the Toronto Kitchen Incubator program.

FoodShare provides both cooking classes and space rentals for individuals, startups, non-profits, and recreational groups at our location at 120 Industry Street – Unit C. Our kitchens and small wares are clean and well-equipped with all the necessities you need and want to bring your food business ideas to the table.

Program Details:

From butter chicken sauce to cold-fermented teas, our tenants prep it all. What will you cook?

Want to join the incubator, have questions, or want to organize a site visit? Contact us!

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Contact Alvin Rebick if you have any question about this program.

Alvin Rebick
Kitchen and Good Food Program Senior Manager
416-583-5416 x251

Program Lead

Alvin Rebick // Kitchen and Good Food Program Senior Manager

Alvin Rebick has been a chef/restauranteur for more than thirty years. Over the course of his restaurant career he owned and operated 6 different restaurants in both Guelph and Ottawa, all of which were listed in Where to Eat in Canada. With his wife and business partner Glenna, Alvin has written two nationally published cookbook/memoirs, the award winning The Very...see full bio