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    I’m looking for a link or someone that I can employ the services of, to verify what all the permits and license are needed for a wholesale juice business. To set up and operate in Florida


    David Crabill

    The health dept’s job is to help you with that stuff. I don’t know anyone that helps in setting up a food business. You really need to call them yourself (since you know what your business is going to entail) and if you want to, you can hire a secretary of sorts to handle paperwork.


    Ashley Cook

    Hi! We have a cottage food business in Georgia, but will be moving to Florida in the Summer. How do we stop the business here and start it back up in Florida?


    David Crabill

    Ashley, you won’t be able to transfer it. You will just need to start up a new business in Florida under their cottage food law, just the same as if you had initially lived there. It’s actually much easier to start a CFO in FL, but also much more restrictive, as you can only sell $15K of product per year.

    How to close down your business in GA will depend on what type of business it is. A simple business might just naturally expire, while an LLC might require you to submit paperwork.



    Hello ! I buy and resell Honey to stores.
    I want to prepare my own formula (Honey blended with some seeds), new packaging and labeling.
    What do I need to do (Regulation…) to sell my new product. Knowing that I will prepare my new product at home.



    Can I be an LLC and have a Fed tax ID number and still be CFO?



    I’m looking to start a cottage food establishment in Utah. Is it recommended to hire a business lawyer before I set up a LLC?



    Or do you recommend applying for a sole proprietorship?

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