Talk with others about the cottage food industry in New Jersey
Hello. Starting a Charcuterie business out of home. Are dried meats form purveyors allowed and or other dried meats. I am not making at home. boarding items like a gift basket idea and delivering. where can I find if this is allowed. I see the list of items allowed and not but that is not on there…appreciate direction. thank you.
You can sell fresh, uncut produce without needing any permit. The only restriction, to my knowledge, are sprouts… those are regulated. You could sell under your LLC but you likely don’t have to.
Hi all! I’ve been growing fresh vegetables and herbs like basil in my home using my hydroponics gardening systems, and I was just wondering if that is something that I can sell. Do I need a cottage food license to sell that/how do I report it on my taxes, do I need to use my LLC name to sell? Thank you so much for the info! I’ve been trying to fin…[Read more]
I should also mention that although the bill has easily passed through the House, it’s had trouble in the Senate. That often happens in states, as the two sides are intended to provide balance for each other. But it can be misleading… a unanimous passage by the House does not necessarily mean that a bill is close to passing and becoming law.
It’s a little hard to notice, but Hawaii is also gray on the map. Also, any orange state might as well be gray for any non-farmer. And some states are very restrictive… for instance, Wisconsin’s law only allows canned goods, and Illinois’ law is only useful to someone who sells at farmers markets. So despite appearances, New Jersey isn’t the…[Read more]
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