I do use Mailster for everything, including as an autoresponder. It is pretty great, but again, fairly complicated and do-it-yourself to setup. GetResponse is extremely easy in comparison, but the cost difference […]
David Crabill commented on the post, California’s New Homemade Food Law Comes With A Nasty Surprise 1 year, 1 month ago
Yes it will be interesting to see which counties choose to adopt it. I don’t know much about Nevada County, but I think there’s a good chance that nearby Placer County could adopt it. Sacramento, Berkeley, and […]
If you’re a crazy cottage food nerd like me, chances are that you’ve already heard too much about California’s AB 626 bill for “microenterprise home kitchen operations”, which has been described as a “game […]
Actually many states have laws that are out of date. I am working on something that should make it easier to keep laws updated now and into the future. Thanks for your patience!
Hi all, this has been a known bug for quite some time, and I am currently working on a fix, which should be done within the next couple of weeks. Thanks for being so diligent about trying to find a workaround. @cottageoven, I have no idea how you added your CFO!
Often you are exempt from having to charge state sales tax, but you may need to charge local sales tax. It also depends on where you are selling (may have to charge it at a fair, for instance). http://forrager.com/faq/#sales-tax
David Crabill replied to the topic Homemade yogurt, online (to be picked up) or in a grocery? in the forum Ohio 2 years, 4 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
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