Once you hit the limits of your cottage food law, it’s time to consider going commercial. When should you make the leap, how do you find a commercial kitchen, and what else do you need to know? Learn from others about moving beyond your home kitchen.
private bookkeeping services
Angela, I’m sure your mom’s pimento cheese mix is amazing. However, I’m going to be straight up with you… if you or a family member is not willing to market the product, then it’s probably not going to get off the ground. Making amazing products is fairly easy; selling them is very hard — it took me years to learn this. Even Coca Cola still…[Read more]
David Crabill replied to the topic Anybody know of a good copacker that they can recommend for a dog treat company? in the forum Commercial 4 years, 7 months ago
John, could you provide some references to back up your claim? It’s not about the requirements being “more” or “less” — it’s just that the requirements are different because they’re managed by a different dept. I wouldn’t be surprised if some states allow homemade pet food, but I haven’t yet confirmed that any do. Many states require animal feed…[Read more]
David Crabill replied to the topic researching for start up business- hot prepared food question in the forum Commercial 4 years, 8 months ago
As long as you’re using a commercial kitchen, then you should be able to do this with the proper licenses. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial
David replied to the topic researching for start up business- hot prepared food question in the forum Commercial 4 years, 11 months ago
1) I don’t think customers can pick it up from your home. Probably the best thing would be to deliver the items.
2) It would depend on your local zoning laws, since that might increase foot and car traffic in a residential area. Since I just focus on the cottage food laws, I haven’t really tracked resources for commercial food businesses, but the…[Read more]
- Load More