Cottage food operations can now sell most types of non-potentially hazardous foods from home and at some local markets, and they can sell up.
MINNESOTA COTTAGE FOODS LAW. Minnesota Statute Cottage Foods Exemption. Effective July 1, NON-POTENTIALLY.
It focuses on food safety practices for all processes covered under the cottage food law including drying, baking, confections, jams and jellies, acid and acidified.
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It's the law! As of July 1, you can make cottage foods in your home kitchen (baked foods, pickled, canned, jams, jellies, etc.) without a license BUT you.
MN Cottage Food Law. 1429 likes · 15 talking about this. Minnesota's Cottage Food Law.