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.
I’m a “newby” in Forrager! Very excited too! I make gluten free items specifically due to my own diet restrictions. I make a lot of Fudge and I use various size tins lined with wax paper or foil. I’ve always had luck with that. I’ve been reading everything I can to become knowledgeable about what is allowed and not. I hope my packaging is…[Read more]
I can’t say that I’ve researched it, but I suspect that many of those laws (I live in CA, so I’ve seen the effects of some of them) would only apply to producers of a certain size.
On top of that, I find that many cottage food producers choose to use the environmentally-friendly packaging regardless, to give their products a higher perceived…[Read more]
Here’s something for discussion: Some cities, states and even countries have been banning “single-use” plastic items, including some of the things that we, as cottage-food operations, use for packaging products and samples.
In many cases, these bans focus upon plastic grocery bags and drinking straws, but some include fast-food packaging and…[Read more]
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