If you need to rent a commissary to run your business or decide that this is the most convenient and affordable option, follow the steps below to find and provide the right commissary kitchen for your needs.
List the equipment/storage space you need – not every commissary space has the same equipment. You can also rent the best industrial kitchen in Texas for your food business through various websites.
Once you know that you will need special tools to create your menu, make a list of items that you can use to screen potential commissaries.
Find a commissary Near You –There are many sites that have a database of commissaries' kitchens that you can filter by city or state. You can also contact non-traditional commercial kitchens such as community centers to see if you can rent their commercial kitchens for less.
Availability – Once you have compiled a list of commercial kitchens in your area, check their availability and see if it fits your needs.
Review Your Options – As you review your other options, keep the following in mind: Overview of health and safety inspections, whether cleaning equipment is included, do they require insurance/what type of insurance, and what extras commercial kitchens offer such as mechanics, courses, or marketing support.
Contract conclusion – We advise you to legally check the contract before signing a commissary contract.