(Shared by Hannah Scott, Manager, Ohio Cooperative Development Center, OSU South Centers)
GUSTO | By Mark Sommer | Published August 23, 2017 | Updated August 23, 2017
The question is heard often at BreadHive Bakery & Cafe.
“I don’t know how many times I’ve been asked, ‘How do I talk to a manager?’ ” said Emily Stewart, who founded BreadHive with Allison Ewing. “But there’s not one, there’s six, and people change when they realize they’re talking to an owner.
“It’s usually followed by, ‘How old are you?’ ”
BreadHive is a worker cooperative-owned business. It began as a wholesale distributor in a storefront in April 2015 on the West Side at 123 Baynes St. A cafe followed in June 2016 at 402 Connecticut St.