Diana Ramirez, owner of YoYo Treats, is one of the E14th Eatery + Kitchen kiosk vendors. She offers delicious Mexican street snacks and refreshing drinks. Learn more about Diana's experience in our food business incubation program.
Meet Our Current Cohort
of Food Businesses
Most of the entrepreneurs part of our Food Business Incubation Program have been a vendor at E14th Eatery & Kitchen.
Formally Ashland Market & Cafe, E14th Eatery + Kitchen is a community kitchen and food business incubator in unincorporated Ashland, supporting local food entrepreneurs.
Being at E14th Eatery + Kitchen, our incubated vendors receive on-going business coaching, marketing promotions, and culinary development support. The space allows entrepreneurs to test and sell their products in a retail environment, and provides a community hub for residents to come together and eat, and participate in local workshops, trainings and events.
Incubated Food Businesses
Food Business Incubation
Mandela’s Food Business Incubation program provides low-risk entry points for food entrepreneurs to market test menus and products, and access ongoing coaching and technical assistance. Our team leverages a wide network of local partners to connect incubated businesses to sales channel opportunities and affordable space options, and low-cost loans through our community capital programs.