TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa has several new entrepreneurs ready to join the food industry.

Five food companies graduated from the Kitchen 66 Launch Program on Tuesday.

 For the past four months, the graduates have completed intensive business training.

"From access to commercial kitchen space to building the business model, financial, pricing, marketing so a program like Kitchen 66 and our launch program really help provide that key support that an entrepreneur needs to be successful," said Adele Weaver with the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.

Kitchen 66 has helped more than 100 food entrepreneurs get started since 2016.