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Selling homemade food online

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    Anne

    I am thinking of setting up a farm stand at my house to include homemade baked goods such as fruit pie, cinnamon rolls and cookies. I assume I would be able to advertise online for a person to pick up an order at my farm stand (house), but can I actually sell online at a place such as etsy.com?

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    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    You wouldn’t be able to use Etsy, unless the buyer on Etsy came to your farm stand to pick up their purchase.

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    jeremy

    i see in ohio, law states that goods MAY need to be picked up in person if purchased online… when would this be acceptable to ship to customer? i bake brownies

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    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    What I’ve heard is that it’s okay to ship within the state of Ohio. However, in Indiana, orders need to be fulfilled in-person.

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    Janice Weaver

    Can an Indiana resident take bread orders in person at a farmer’s market in Indiana and have a person in TN (non-resident but temporarily living there; previously small business owner in Indiana) bake the bread and ship to the Indiana resident to hand deliver the ordered bread to the customer?

    #31553

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    I highly doubt it, but I suppose that if the baker was a licensed TN domestic kitchen, then the ag dept for the county of the Indiana farmers market might allow those indirect sales.

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    Kathy

    Can people come to my home to pick up homemade bread and cookies that they order?

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