We're noticing significant growth in food business incubators, mentorship programs, and educational content aimed at helping people achieve success as food entrepreneurs.

Recently Project Potluck caught our attention because it will be focusing specifically on Black, Indigenous, People of Color in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry.

Visit the Project Potluck website at https://www.potluckcpg.org.

Project Potluck will be holding its free (virtual) kickoff meeting on Thursday, October 8.

Get tickets to the free kickoff meeting at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/project-potluck-kickoff-meeting-and-community-mixer-tickets-122004616091.

Project Potluck intends to launch with a year-long mentorship program, monthly community building events and a digital community.

You can read what the founders of Project Potluck say about this organization and its efforts addressing issues of inherent bias in hiring, networking gaps and lack of access to capital for diverse founders in this Food Dive article: https://www.fooddive.com/news/how-project-potluck-plans-to-help-diversify-the-cpg-industry/585528/.