Bags would certainly be less expensive than bottles.
The thing to compare would be bulk prices on small zipper-closure bags versus some kind of bag where you would use a heat (“impulse”) sealer. For my baked goods, I use plastic food bags and a heat sealer ($30 – $50 on Amazon). Of course, you could use something like a Foodsaver or…[Read more]
Can anyone tell me: With a Home processors exemption in NY am I able to:1) Make and sell crostatas?(technically a one crust pie, though it can be folded in a way that covers most of the top).2) Am I allowed to make caramel corn using caramel that I Made from goats milk? 3) Is ganache allowed since it has been shown to be room temp safe up to two…[Read more]
Would anyone know the current regulation in Florida on selling freeze dried foods? I realize that fruits, vegetables and legumes etc would be allowed-but what about animal snacks (freeze dried chicken) or freeze dried meals (those with protein included-meats, etc)? Any info would be great!
Hi I am new to this kind of business but I don’t want to take the wrong steps either
So the gist of what I get from reading all the information from the forums and state websites is that the bottom line is we do need to get a business license regardless of the cottage laws that states that you can start cooking and selling right off the bat.…[Read more]
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