Missouri has two different laws that allow homemade food sales, which combine to create an overall decent cottage food law. Producers can use both laws, if they’d like.
Unlike this law, Missouri’s other cottage food law is not available to everyone in the state. But in the counties that do allow it, it allows producers to sell most nonperishable foods at events and roadside stands, with very few restrictions.
Under this law, producers can only sell nonperishable baked goods, jams, jellies, and herbs. Producers can only sell from home, which includes selling online and fulfilling orders that are delivered or shipped in-state.
There is no sales limit, and producers don’t need to get a permit from the health department or take a training course.
You can sell at farmers markets, events, and roadside stands by using Missouri’s other cottage food law.
If you live in an area that allows it, you can sell most other types of nonperishable foods by using Missouri’s other cottage food law.
The label must state that the food was not inspected by the health department
Forrager Cookie Company
123 Chewy Way, Cookietown, MO 73531