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No Sauces in TN?

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  • #27338

    BOx
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    I’ve been all over this site for what seems like forever and I have not seen any good news for my question. I thought I would post this question anyway. It looks like there is no way I am able to make and sell any kind of sauce from my house. I wanted to make wing sauce that includes BBQ and hot buffalo sauces. It does not look like I can do this legally.
    Any thoughts from anyone out there?

    #27343

    Lindsay Wood
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    https://ag.tennessee.edu/foodscience/Documents/Getting%20Started%20in%20a%20Food%20Manufacturing%20Business%20in%20Tennessee.pdf

    Check this out. Page 9 says…
    “It also is important to understand that “acidified foods” (pickled
    vegetables, salsas) or “formulated acid foods” (marinades, hot sauces,
    salad dressings, etc.) are not considered nonpotentially hazardous
    and cannot be manufactured in a domestic kitchen under any
    circumstances. These products must be manufactured in a commercial
    kitchen.”

    #27356

    BOx
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    Yeah, that is what I figured. I knew it was an outside chance but I was hoping that someone might have see something that I missed.
    Thank you for the insight.

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