Diana Blaylock of Twin Falls, ID sells home-baked goods and shares how she went from a crowdfunding failure to raising over $50k to help grow her home bakery into a brick-and-mortar location.
Idaho has allowed for the sale of low-risk homemade foods for years, but is just now codifying their practices into state rules. The new proposed rules were passed in January 2016, and they should become effective by April 2016. However, it is currently possible to directly sell cottage foods, and the below information describes current practices…. [read more]