FCC hosts pitch competitiveness for meals entrepreneurship college students | Eating

A new Frederick Neighborhood Faculty foodstuff entrepreneurship program culminated in a “Shark Tank”-type pitch competitors Tuesday evening, where students offered ideas for upcoming organizations.

The college’s free Food items Enterprise Entrepreneurship Program, which launched in October, served 40 students in its first semester. It was jointly sponsored by the city and county’s economic advancement departments, and instruction was supplied by FCC’s Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism Institute.