Sometimes packaging is just as important as the product itself. What do you need to include on your labels? When does functional also mean stylish? Talk to others about creative packaging ideas, where to buy materials, and how to make your product look as good as it tastes.
Do any of you, out there, know of any sources for pre-printed product labels that aren’t massively more expensive than just using your own laser printer and sheets of blank labels? I’d like to have a bunch of product labels all ready to go without having to print them every time, but extra toner, etc., but the sources I have checked all seem to…[Read more]
Charles Jackel replied to the topic Pre-Packaging At Home vs. Packaging At Farmers Market in the forum Packaging & Labeling 1 year, 6 months ago
I don’t see anything in the Illinois Cottage Food Law relating hand washing and packaging.
The hand washing is for food sampling which is a separate issue from packaging. The sampling rules mention
“pre-packaged” food items that will be used for sampling, but again, that is a separate issue from what I am asking about.
Charles Jackel started the topic Pre-Packaging At Home vs. Packaging At Farmers Market in the forum Packaging & Labeling 1 year, 6 months ago
I am a registered cottage food operator with my county health department in Illinois.
The Illinois Cottage Food Law is ambiguous about WHEN cottage food must be packaged and labeled.
I would like to SELL my bagels at the farmers markets similar to a bakery, so customers can select their own
variety of bagels. Currently, I pre-bag the bagels…[Read more]
It is true that some states allow you to withhold an address on a label if you are listed in a phone book. While I understand that it may be annoying for customers to show up uninvited, it’s worth noting that I haven’t heard of this becoming an safety issue for anyone. The “by appt only” sign is a good idea.
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