I believe that if the egg whites are cooked to a certain temperature, it will pass the non-potentially hazardous test, but you should check with local health authorities to confirm that the recipe is acceptable.
At least in San Diego and Orange County, you can use online calculators or laboratory testing for determining your nutritional value if you’d like to include a label. We’ve found there are easy to make/print nutritional labels at http://www.onlinelabels.com
Barbara replied to the topic Let's pressure farmers market association to consider cottage food applicants in the forum California 5 years ago
In San Diego, most markets welcome CFOs. We’ve recently encountered a manager who will not allow CFOs into any of her 3 markets. The reason given was that it would increase their insurance costs. We are currently exploring whether or not that’s true. Any info you have would be appreciated. We’ve been told that CERTIFIED farmer’s markets do not…[Read more]
We’ve recently discovered a Farmer’s Market manage who will not allow CFOs into any of their 3 markets. The reason given is that it would increase their insurance costs. This seems odd for several reasons, especially given the low-risk nature of permitted cottage foods. Has anyone else experienced similar discrimination or have any info on…[Read more]
I haven’t heard of that being a reason for not allowing them, though it seems reasonable that an insurance company would raise their rates. I’d say it’s a perceived problem, although it’s not backed up by any evidence or truth.
Most of the time, I think farmers markets don’t allow CFOs because they either want to focus on products produced by…[Read more]