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Local Goods

We’re happy to devote some of our space to feature products made by local makers, beekeepers and artists. Our shelves introduce you to small producers of jams and pickles, honey harvested from various San Francisco neighborhoods and makers of chocolate treats.  We offer our largest café wall as an exhibition space for local artists. Recently, we started renting space to a local bread baker as a platform for him to develop his young business. You can find Josey Baker Bread at Mission Pie Wednesday and Thursday evenings.  If you are interested in having Mission Pie sell your product or show your art, please contact us at eatpie@missionpie.com. Sorry, we are not accepting applications for kitchen rental at this time.

Local Goods
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POSTED BY missionpie ON March 21, 2011 IN Our Food.

2 Responses to “Local Goods”

  1. August 14, 2011 at 12:11 am, Baruch Golden said:

    I heard Mission Pies is collectively run or trains people from the neighborhood, but I couldn’t find anything about that on your website. baruch

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    • August 17, 2011 at 8:53 pm, missionpie said:

      Thanks for asking about how our business runs. There are a number of characterizations out there, and I’ll give you the straight scoop here, and you can read more about how we operate under the “Our Values” tab. Mission Pie is owned as a partnership, not a collective. We are two working owners, 17 amazing staff, and a rotating 3-6 interns, most of whom connect with us through JVS, New Door Ventures, the Hearing and Speech Center, and the CHEFS program. We focus a lot on teamwork and work-sharing as we discover every day how to work together efficiently and in good spirit and balance.

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