During the past few years, several Chicago entrepreneurs noticed that some folks who prepared food for a living needed to use a commercial kitchen but could not afford a kitchen of their own. These creative entrepreneurs came up with a solution. They built big, shiny commercial kitchens with room for several enterprises to work at once. They followed all the legal requirements for construction and sanitation and passed inspections with flying colors. Then they rented out space in the kitchens by the hour.There's more, watch this video of health inspectors showing up and destroying fruit.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
The Institute For Justice reports:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 10:29 AM