Sometimes packaging is just as important as the product itself. What do you need to include on your labels? When does functional also mean stylish? Talk to others about creative packaging ideas, where to buy […]
Once you hit the limits of your cottage food law, it’s time to consider going commercial. When should you make the leap, how do you find a commercial kitchen, and what else do you need to know? Learn from others […]
A great-tasting product doesn’t mean much if it isn’t safe. Is your fridge cold enough, or should you wear gloves? Ask others about best-practices in handling food so that your customers are both healthy and happy.
What equipment do you use in your kitchen? Do you have any tips that make food prep easier? Learn about how to make your working environment a professional one.
Talk with others about the cottage food industry in Washington
This group covers jams, jellies, preserves, fruit butters, pickles, sauces, syrups, honey, ketchup, mustard, vinegars, oils, nut butters, sauerkraut, and other types of canned goods
This group is for questions and ideas about the website, like registration, your account, technical issues, and feature requests. We will also use the group to announce new features and product updates for […]
How do you get products to customers? Should you sell from home, at local markets, or online? Should you offer pickup or delivery? Share ideas with others about where and how you sell your products.
Almost all states have exemptions for selling certain types of homemade, if all proceeds go to a nonprofit or similar cause. This group is for those who want to provide homemade food for their community without […]
Talk with others about the cottage food industry in Oregon
Most questions about cottage food laws should be directed to an individual state’s group, not this one. This group is for general questions and comments about the cottage food laws, resources, and industry information.