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Dark chocolate espresso cheesecake prepared by Susette Marot of Defining Desserts. 

Another way to support The Enterprise Center’s food entrepreneurs is by purchasing their packaged products at local stores. Recently, Oma’s Coffee Shop in Walnut Cove began offering pastries from Defining Desserts; Whole Foods is carrying Truffle NC’s truffle butter, oil, and salt; and Mast General Store sells jars of Rosey Bloom’s Collard Greens. Here are the seven food entrepreneurs and caterers operating out of The Enterprise Center’s shared-use commercial kitchen.

1. Camel City Catering

Owned by David M. Foster and Charles Paynter, Camel City Catering can provide food service for any time of day, and for any event.

2. Defining Desserts

Susette Marot specializes in all things sweet. Pictured is her dark chocolate espresso cheesecake.

3. Delicious by Shereen

This business, started by Shereen Gomaa, employs local refugee women looking to earn an income doing what they love — cooking.

4. Flava Catering

Owned by Shirley Hayes-George, Flava Catering can handle a variety of events. 

5. LeanBack Soul Food

Gumbo. A variety of meat options. Chicken and waffles. Crissy Faison’s got soul food covered.

6. Truffles NC

Truffles are all the rage thesedays, which is why Jane Morgan Smith’s products can be found in Whole Foods. 

7. Twin City Catering and Rosey Bloom’s Collard Greens

Found in Mast General Store, Rosey Bloom’s Collard Greens are just one of Shanta Faison’s food endeavors.

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