The Philly Good Food Lab is a creative space for local food enterprises and entrepreneurs, anchored by Common Market’s growing local food distribution business.
This 70,000 square foot warehouse space in eastern North Philadelphia is owned and occupied by Common Market. We invite other food enterprises or otherwise sustainable, like-minded businesses to co-locate with us in our new facility.
Through this innovative space sharing initiative, partners at the Philly Good Food Lab benefit from Common Market’s existing food distribution infrastructure and responsible management. Our region will benefit from a flourishing ecosystem of local food enterprises.
Philly Good Food Lab location details:
- 70,000 square foot warehouse with industrial spaces available for customized fit out
- a building with a clean usage history zoned for food production
- shared common facilities including meeting space
- dry and cold storage space and office spaces also available for rent
Do you see yourself or a company you know fitting in and being able to thrive with us? Please contact email@example.com or call 215-275-3435 ext.16 for more information.
Philly Good Food Lab Partners
JMB Imports Inc.
Driven by the passion for sustainable and quality wines, JMB Imports is bringing wines from smaller, some artisanal, some family owned producers to Philadelphia. Moved in to the Good Food Lab, they are utilizing both office and warehouse spaces as they work to provide wines to small businesses from producers who practice sustainable production methods.
Mycopolitan Mushroom Co.
As the first organization to join the Philly Good Food Lab, Mycopolitan Mushroom Co. has transformed the existing cement basement into Philadelphia’s first mushroom farm. Currently growing multiple varieties including King Trumpet, Pioppino, Pom Pom, Oyster and Shiitake, Mycopolitan mushrooms can be found in restaurants and home kitchens around the Delaware Valley.
Snack Like a Local
Based in Philly and woman-owned, Snack Like a Local’s mission is to provide delicious, convenient snacks that support local businesses and improve the quality of our food supply. From potato chips and nutritious power bars to jerky and teas, they offer locally-made goodies to cafeterias, hospitals, offices, schools, and retail locations.
Soom Foods, a Philadelphia-based, women-owned business has moved in to the Good Food Lab office, warehouse and storage spaces. Specializing in sesame spreads, their chocolate and 100% pure tahini sesame products can be found in the Greater Philadelphia area with the help of Common Market’s distribution and can be sent anywhere in the US.