If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this group is for you. Whether it’s chocolate, toffee, fudge, caramels, brittles, or cotton candy, you can discuss it here.
Hi, I’m in California. I make home made brittle and maple butter mixed nut products. I will be selling for the first time in a couple of weeks. When I went to my local Farmers market, I was told that I needed a TFF permit. I am in the process of getting my Class A to start but didn’t think I needed the TFF permit. I will be giving out “packaged”…[Read more]
I am new here and having trouble finding rules/laws for selling candy online. For years I have made Carmel popcorn for friends and family and I’m considering mail order/online sales. Can anyone help with Oklahoma laws. As far as I can tell it only baked goods. Thank you in advance
Does anybody know if you can sell your product online in SF?
Any ideas on caramel (candied) apples? I’m going to try them this week–they’re so perfect for fall! I just don’t want them to flop. :)
From a business perspective, they’re awesome. I think many people find that they sell well.
But technically, you are not supposed to sell unbaked, uncanned, cut fresh fruit without the proper licensing, so sometimes, health depts take issue with someone puncturing the apple with a stick. Non-punctured caramel apples are definitely approved, and I…[Read more]
Okie dokie, thanks. As far as I was aware, there weren’t any stipulations on them, whether they were punctured or not. But I’ll double check on that.
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