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    Casey Bouchard of Cape Whoopies packages whoopie pies at Fork Food Lab in Portland, a food business incubator celebrating its one-year Forkiversary on Thursday night.

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    The Fork Food Lab was co-founded by Neil Spillane and Eric Holstein.

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    Marcia Wiggins of Cape Whoopies will be on QVC shopping channel in December.

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    Cakes for Cape Whoopies are fresh out of the oven at Fork Food Lab in Portland on Sept. 13. Cape Whoopies are also sold on goldbely.com for $59 per half dozen. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Cam Gardner and Samantha Duggan of Falafel Mafia run dough through a dough sheeter at Fork Food Lab. A year after Fork Food Lab opened, Neil Spillane has developed an eye for which entrepreneurs will be successful. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Falafel Mafia's pitas fresh out of the oven. In June, Fork Food Lab merged with FoodWorks, a Brooklyn-based food incubator. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Tom Marlow of White Cap Cold Brew Coffee Co. White Cap, which makes nitro-brewed coffee, plans to use a bottling line in Providence.

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    A Fat Pants treat from part-time business Fat Pants Bakery. Owner Erin Canavin was one of the earliest members of Food Fork Lab.

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    Nina Murray of Mill Cove Baking Co. packages her crackers. Murray now spends five or six days a week at the lab.

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    Mill Cove Baking Co. crackers at Fork Food Lab. The crackers are available in 17 southern Maine stores, from Brunswick to Scarborough. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Murray takes dough from her new sheeting machine at Fork Food Lab. Her super-thin dough can be rolled out into big sheets in seconds. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Cape Whoopies at Fork Food Lab. In July, Amazon ordered 11,800 whoopie pies. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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