Article in Contra Contra Costa times, come on CC Farmers Markets your going to get left behind.
Hi there, I opened my CfO last year. I live in Orinda and am registered with Contra Costa. City ordinance says I can run a business from my home but clients can not come to the house. It limits me a little but not a major problem. My business plan was to delivery locally and in time get a Farmers Market stall. I started looking into this and…[Read more]
Donna, the law just got amended on January 1st to allow CFOs to sell directly anywhere in the state. Some counties may take awhile to get up to speed with the new ruling, but eventually no county should be prohibiting CFOs from different ones. You should call up Sonoma again and see if they’re aware of AB 1252, and what they’re doing about it.
I am just days away from getting my LA County CFO permit Class B. The LA Dept. of Public Health told me (last week, Feb 2014) that in LA County, cottage foods from other counties are *not* permitted in retail stores.
Where did you hear about the change in the law?
In AB 1252 it seems to say that it is still up to each county…[Read more]
Right — the law change is only applicable to direct sales. Indirect sales have the same rules they’ve had from the beginning, which is that counties may allow intercounty sales if they choose to.