NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley is thrilled to support the Millrace Kitchen, an incubator space designed to support food business startups. Since opening in 2017, over 40 food businesses have worked out of the kitchen space at 40 South Main Street.
In this series, you’ll Meet the Millrace Members, get a sense of what it takes to start a food business and learn of some incredible food and baked goods being made right in downtown Woonsocket.
Tell us about yourself and your business.
My name is Cindy Choi and I’m the owner of (and baker for!) Small and Sweet Bake!
Small and Sweet Bake came about in my life at a time when I was looking for a change of pace and a new challenge…what better way than to start my own business? I’ve always had a soft spot for sweets and a particular fondness for cupcakes so I thought, why not meld my favorite dessert with flavors familiar to my background?
What type of food do you make?
Cupcakes with an Asian twist! I am passionate about creating unique and interesting flavor combinations. I highlight Asian ingredients–both savory and sweet. Here’s a sample of our current menu lineup!
How can customers find you?
Please visit our website,smallandsweetbake.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get the latest! We will deliver cupcakes right to your door! Or you can find us at a popup location. We’re always looking to collaborate with other businesses.
What are your food business dreams?
I think getting into my own space would really be sweet!
Interested in starting up your own food business? Need for a baker or caterer for your next event? Looking for a unique space to hold a party?
Visit the Millrace Kitchen to learn more about our offerings.