Talk with others about the cottage food industry in Florida
Would anyone know the current regulation in Florida on selling freeze dried foods? I realize that fruits, vegetables and legumes etc would be allowed-but what about animal snacks (freeze dried chicken) or freeze dried meals (those with protein included-meats, etc)? Any info would be great!
Hi I am new to this kind of business but I don’t want to take the wrong steps either
So the gist of what I get from reading all the information from the forums and state websites is that the bottom line is we do need to get a business license regardless of the cottage laws that states that you can start cooking and selling right off the bat.…[Read more]
Being an LLC doesn’t change anything with regard to actual cottage-food law – just the way some aspects of the business may operate. For example, because of the way the name of the LLC is registered, you won’t have to go through the separate process of registering a fictitious name. None of that has anything to do with the products you…[Read more]
How much is taken out in taxes from gross sales? Specifically for a cottage bakery selling cookies in Fl.
I would be exempt from charging and paying sales tax, as my cookies are packaged and eaten off my premises. I am asking about local and state. Do you just contact your local tax office and say you are starting a cookie business? I’m sure they’ll take care of the rest, but curious on how much will be due based on sales.
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