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County vs State confusion State of Ohio says we can use internet to sell cottage foods, my county says: Cottage foods may not be sold on the Internet. Cottage foods may be sold: Directly to the end customer from the
site of preparation (home); and also farm markets, farmers markets…
I want to create a facebook page to collect orders and e…[Read more]
so i’ve been baking naturally leavened sourdough bread in my oven in my kitchen and selling them on the weekends as a cottage industry. what if i constructed a small, modest wood fired brick oven in my yard to bake the bread? i know the guidelines clearly state i can sell baked goods made in my kitchen, in my regular oven. some folks though have a…[Read more]
David Crabill replied to the topic Homemade yogurt, online (to be picked up) or in a grocery? in the forum Ohio 2 years, 11 months ago
It would not be allowed because of the type of food it is. You will need to use a commercial kitchen. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial
David Crabill replied to the topic Under the Ohio cottage foods laws can I repackage bulk foods for resale? in the forum Ohio 2 years, 11 months ago
Yes, you can do that with the cottage food law. Here is some info about repackaging: http://forrager.com/faq/#repackaging
You do not need a license from the ag dept, though you might need a business license from your city, county, or state.
Because you are so specialized, you might want to consider moving your production into a commercial kitchen as soon as possible so that you can sell to other states.
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