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non-dairy ice cream

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    Can I sell a non-dairy ice cream out of my house in MN? I understand that food items sold can’t be perishable, but my ice cream doesn’t have diary in it, so even if it melts it would not spoil.

    Thanks for your input!


    David Crabill

    No, that would not be allowed. You cannot sell liquids under this law, and even something as simple as water would require a different permit. I believe you need to produce your ice cream in a commercial kitchen.

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