Finding a kitchen takes work; we may be able to help. In addition to the leads provided below, networking is the best way to find what you need: Talk to everyone you know in the food and restaurant business, explain what you're looking for, and always ask "Who else do you know who I need to talk to?"
Use the email icon in the upper right corner to send an email to request help in finding a kitchen. Be sure to include relevant information: Your name, contact info, type of product(s) you plan to produce, what special equipment you may need, whether or not you have any experience cooking at a commercial scale and so on.
There are three kitchens in Fort Collins and Loveland which you can approach directly:
Gus' Commissary Kitchen in Loveland. They have a large (3600 sq ft) kitchen space with convection ovens; stove tops; freezer, fridge, and dry storage. They have quite a few food truck clients so they're familiar with your needs if you run a food truck. Contact Shayne Colborn or Susan Greene at 970-461-3877 or email@example.com
Brown Dog Catering/Gilberto’s Gourmet Goodness. Contact them at (970) 217-7072, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raska Kitchen , a vegetarian, GMO/gluten Free kitchen. Contact them at 970-581-3894 or send email to email@example.com. Download a flyer about Raska here.
In addition, if your company has an existing brand, some distribution, and enough sales to justify the premium pricing,.you may want investigate The Kitchen Coop.
By using the county's database of inspections, you may get a some ideas about people to call or places to check out. To check out other county listing, search using your favorite Web search tool. For example, search "Denver Restaurant Inspections."