Talk with others about the cottage food industry in Oregon
Pam, there was a time a few years back when I wasn’t very active on here. But these days, I’ll make sure that any post receives a reply. I don’t see any forum posts from you where you’ve asked a cottage food question. You did reply to someone about a year ago, and I did respond to that back then. If you have any questions, please let me know!
I will start by saying that I don’t fully know. But based on this page, which states that you can sell non-PHF candy “in individual-sized portions for immediate consumption only”, my guess is that the exemption is only for sales at an event, where the individually-wrapped candy is intended to be consumed immediately after a sale. Naturally that…[Read more]
They are separate, so you can make $40k total. And please note that the $20k for farm direct is only for acidified foods, like pickles and salsas. There is no limit for other things you sell under the farm direct bill.
Hi Pam, I did a poor job promoting the forums on this site. I’m currently making technical changes that should improve that over time, and make people more aware of them.
To answer this question, probably the best option is to use the Farm Direct Bill, but that requires someone to grow the produce themselves.
Otherwise, I’m not sure if…[Read more]
It’s been years since this forum was active. Anybody know why?
I wanted to use the kitchen in the basement apartment of our house for baking and selling cupcakes. The apartment was rented out by the previous owners of the house but we just want to use the kitchen. Would that be ok?
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