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  • Coho Collective (COHO) has announced the opening its new facility in Lower Gibsons in early August 2022
  • Coho Gibsons is only a 40-minute ferry ride away from Metro Vancouver, and features 16 potential work stations to support up to 32 different community companies
  • This expansion will further the company’s goal to provide a variety of food companies with space to create and reach new audiences
  • Coho is a commercial real estate and food technology company that provides private and shared kitchen and food production space to a variety of businesses
  • Coho Collective Kitchens Inc. (COHO) is down 9.1 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.20 per share at 10:15 am ET.

Coho Collective (COHO) has announced the opening its new facility in Lower Gibsons in early August 2022.

The shared kitchen space will join a diverse and burgeoning coastal culinary community.

Andrew Barnes, CEO of Coho Collective, commented on the news.

“We thank the community of Gibsons for welcoming our team with open arms, and we can’t wait to open the doors to our commissary and restaurant for everyone to enjoy. Opening our sixth location is a major milestone for Coho, and even more so, our third facility this summer. Now, more than ever, enabling entrepreneurship through access to flexible production space is critically important to sustaining and growing local economies. We are thrilled to be expanding our ability to empower more entrepreneurs throughout our home province of British Columbia.”

Coho Gibsons is only a 40-minute ferry ride away from Metro Vancouver, and features 16 potential work stations to support up to 32 different community companies. The 8,445 square foot space is already filling fast, with a number of notable community brands joining Coho’s membership. Coho Gibsons also features a community-to-table restaurant highlighting the local bounty of the coast and Pacific Northwest. Brassica is expected to officially open in mid-September.

Barnes added,

“Coho Collective continues to invest and grow discerningly into high potential, underserved markets, and what’s great about our business model is that Coho works in both small and large communities. The Sunshine Coast has a rich and proud history of artisans and makers. The economy here is growing and we’re excited to be a part of facilitating the growth of their businesses. In addition, this expansion in Western Canada will further our goals of providing a variety of food companies with space to create and reach new audiences.”

Coho is a commercial real estate and food technology company that provides private and shared kitchen and food production space to a variety of businesses.

Coho Collective Kitchens Inc. (COHO) is down 9.1 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.20 per share at 10:15 am ET.


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