Provided by the Kitsap Public Health District
Commissary kitchens that are approved to allow outside food businesses to use their kitchen are licensed by the Health District. Each commissary kitchen is different; therefore, the food handling steps which can be accommodated by each kitchen differ. First, identify which food handling steps your operation includes, then use the table below as a general guide to determine which kitchen suits your business model. Once you reach an agreement with a facility, complete the Commissary Kitchen Agreement with them and submit the agreement with your packet.
Keep in mind that commissary kitchen amenities could change, and changes may not be reflected in this table. For instance, a kitchen that currently offers overnight food storage may stop allowing their customers to store food overnight at any time. Your chosen commissary kitchen and your proposed business operation will be evaluated together to ensure they are a good fit.
To see the list of kitchens and the services they provide, click here.