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Ghee and Cordials

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    Maya
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    Hi
    I am new to the cottage industry, and I have a couple questions.
    1) I make ghee – which is clarified butter (basically cooked butter). I know it is illegal to sell unpasteurized milk, but are there any laws about selling butter made from pasteurized milk?

    2) I also make medicinal cordials which are made with brandy and honey that I would like to sell. I would be selling them in 4oz bottles. Is this legal?

    Thanks!!!

    #4724 Reply

    David Crabill
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    1) I am really not sure about ghee, but I’m almost certain this would not be allowed. You need to call the ag dept for clarification.

    2) This isn’t allowed under the cottage food law. You need special licensing to sell alcohol.

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