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.
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/
The cottage food laws are only if you want to use your home kitchen. You could use the cottage food law to sell your seasoning, but you’d have to adhere to the restrictions listed under the law.
If you want to ship and/or sell out-of-state, you’ll need to use a commercial kitchen and get the appropriate license from the health dept. It will…[Read more]
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