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The University of Hawaii will receive $49,970 in grant funding to help conduct a feasibility study for UH Maui College’s (UHMC) Food Innovation Center. “Building capacity and expanding skill sets in farmers, ranchers and entrepreneurs are the fundamental building blocks necessary for successful businesses,” said Kanazawa who announced release of the funds. The funding is being provided
The following presentation was given to the Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers' Association, August 2012. The presentation provides an overview of the facilities, services provided, business development, product development, and the MFIC as an aggregator in small business development. Download the 2012_UHMC_FIC_Presentation.
Several organizations have come together to launch the Maui Food Innovation Center (MFIC). The center is a new food business incubator located at the University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC). Key partners of MFIC include: the Abercrombie Administration, the Maui County Farm Bureau, UHMC, and the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation. The incubator offers new opportunity to farmers, ranchers,
Today, Governor Neil Abercrombie visited the University of Hawai’i Maui College and toured the site of a proposed food innovation center that would be housed in the college’s former cafeteria. The governor met with administrators and faculty to determine how the center’s proposed facilities would function, to discuss the timeline, and what kinds of products