This group covers other items that do not fall under baked goods, confections, and canned goods. This includes popcorn, coffee beans, tea, herbs, spices, seasonings, baking mixes, flours, dried pasta, etc.
As Davide mentioned: Definitely nothing with garlic in oil unless properly acidified, due to the risk of botulism.
THIS and https://extension.psu.edu/how-to-safely-make-infused-oils have instructions for the acidification, but you should check your own state’s requirements, just in case.
In most states, that would not be allowed since cut potatoes are perishable foods, whether raw or cooked.
However, in your state of Illinois, this is allowed! The main caveat is that you cannot ship them… you can only sell them directly to customers. I suggest reading through the notes in Illinois’ food section to better understand what is and…[Read more]
hi, I am I Utah. I would like to make Chai Tea and sell to local coffee houses etc. Is this allowed? I know there are two routes in Utah, looks like it may be allowed under the Food Freedom Law, but then it would not be legal to sell wholesale. Hum? Should I call the Cottage Food coordinator and ask? Thanks!
im i N.M. im dehydrating my own spices and making my own rubs and mixes, it that allowed in NM no clue how to start out and whats required to sell at farmers market.
Yes that is allowed in NM. You need to take a food safety course and depending on your area, you might need a permit from the health dept as well. Read through this page, especially the Business section: https://forrager.com/law/new-mexico/
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