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  • #34233 Reply

    Kylee

    I would just like to make my own dry spice combos and sell those. Will I need to have a cottage license for that?

    #34308 Reply

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    Yes, you need a cottage food license.

    #34469 Reply

    CFO fan

    i looked into doing CFO spices and the health dept wanted proof the whole spice came from a licensed seller. My source had imported the spice and didn’t have a license. It was too much work, the health dept are so tough to work with

    #36774 Reply

    Tina

    So, if I understand correctly, I can legally sell my spice blends/seasoning packs as long as I have a Cottage permit? How does this apply to ebay, craft fairs, etsy and home parties? I’m new as you can tell- but excited!

    #36821 Reply

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    Yes, you can sell homemade spices in Utah (at home, at craft fairs, and online), but you cannot sell them interstate. So you could use eBay or Etsy as long as you only sell to buyers in Utah. Otherwise, you need to use a commercial kitchen. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial

    #36912 Reply

    Tina

    Great info! How about Arkansas? Same questions.

    #37175 Reply

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    Arkansas’ cottage food law doesn’t allow spices. You need to use a commercial kitchen to produce them. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial

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