New Food Collaborative in Brooklyn's Old Pfizer Factory Building

When pharmaceutical giant Pfizer closed its Williamsburg factory almost a decade ago, nobody ever imagined that it would one day be filled with dozens of local food startups, but that’s exactly what happened.

In this video from Money, see how a food collaborative started up at 630 Flushing.

The owners of these enterprises have seen their profits and exposure increase, in large part by helping each other out. The supportive atmosphere allows them to share supplies, ideas, and contacts that can help them grow their businesses.

via Money

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