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  • Donna Barnhart posted an update in the group New Mexico 4 years, 1 month ago

    well I would love to know where I fall into the cottage laws in NM. I basically will be a personal chef in my clients home/kitchen. I will cook and prepare all foods for the tea party in my clients home. I will bring all my own cooking and baking utensils. I will take a healthdept. food handling class and register my business name with nm tax and…[Read more]

    • Since it doesn’t happen in your own home, and you’re cooking specifically for someone else, that doesn’t relate to cottage food laws. You would be working with the health dept to get licensed as a personal chef, I think. Beyond that, I don’t know much about the requirements for becoming a personal chef.

  • David replied to the topic kombucha in the forum New Mexico 5 years, 9 months ago

    I’m pretty sure kombucha isn’t allowed, but you should check with your environmental health dept to make sure. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial

  • David replied to the topic Selling goods in the forum New Mexico 6 years, 5 months ago

    As far as I know, owning a smoothie shop will require you to setup a commercial kitchen, with inspections from the health dept. As long as you’re going to do all of that, you might as well also use it for making your dried fruit. I don’t think your shop can sell homemade goods.