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A Strategy for Nurturing Food Businesses

A Strategy for Nurturing Food Businesses

A key challenge for most food entrepreneurs is not the creation and production of goods, but the distribution of their products. In a collaborative effort to address this hurdle, San Francisco’s Planning Department partnered with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development and SPUR to author the report Makers & Movers Economic Cluster Strategy, detailing “[a]n economic cluster strategy […] to help food & beverage producers and distributors start, stay, and grow their business in San Francisco.” “San Francisco already has the infrastructure of a food hub — the question is how to make sure it continues to thrive,” points out Eli Zigas, of SPUR

Read more about SF’s commitment to helping local food businesses thrive.

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