The story of Fork Food Lab, a shared kitchen space in Maine’s largest city, was covered by WGME TV13 Jan. 18. Cofounded by Nick Spillane ’08 and Eric Holstein ’08, the collaborative kitchen allows food producers to pay rent to “gain access to industrial commercial kitchen equipment in a shared space,” WGME reports. Recently, the pair opened a tasting room to connect food producers with consumers. “The hardest part is business development and the marketing side,” Holstein said. “This creates that small platform for marketing.” Fellow classmate and entrepreneur Madison Gouzie ’08 benefits from the lab. As owner of the Marshmellow Cart, he said, “I have access to equipment that I wouldn’t be able to afford as a small business.”