The Nonprofit That’s Launched Dozens of Food Businesses Owned by Women of Color [Eater SF]

The nonprofit plans to open a food hall made up entirely of female-run businesses in San Francisco’s gritty Tenderloin neighborhood. The food hall would “serve Tenderloin residents first and foremost,” Mataka says, but it would also offer an affordable place for La Cocina’s entrepreneurs to open their businesses after graduating, a frequent obstacle in the pricey San Francisco area. Read the full story here.

Fernando Pujals