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Kitchen question for obtaining a cottage license in Utah

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    I’m looking into attempting to get a cottage license in the state of Utah. My kitchen in my home wouldn’t pass, I’m assuming, as my kids have a cat (it was a conspiracy!). My question is, if I had a separate kitchen which is on the back of my garage separate from my home, no direct access from the house, locking door etc., would this possibly be suitable to begin the process of obtaining a cottage license?


    David Crabill

    Well, certainly the easiest solution would be to place something around the kitchen that would block the cat from accessing it.

    I’m not sure if it would be possible to do what you’re describing with a cottage food license. You could call the health dept to see if they allow a non-primary kitchen to be used with the law.

    It should be possible to setup a commercial kitchen on your property, and then get a commercial license, but that process would be much more complicated and expensive.

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