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You're welcome and thanks for sending off that email.
Thank you so much, Suzanne.I just want to make one correction. As of yesterday, March 6, 2011 the new FB page to use for all updates can be found here:http://www.facebook.com/pages/NJ-Home-Bakers-Bill/177330845646404Please stop by and lend your support. If we're going to make this happen, it's going to take more than just a few people. Thanks.
Okay, as per a suggestion by KelleyM (thanks!!), I've set up the NJ Home Bakers' Bill page on FB. Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/.....0845646404 It's our central up-to-the-minute update site right now. Also, for the Tweeters out there, I've set up a Twitter account. Keep an eye out for @NJHomeBakerBill. Thanks for your help and support and please stop by and LIKE us on FB
Okay, as per a suggestion by KelleyM (thanks!!), I've set up the NJ Home Bakers' Bill page on FB. Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/NJ-Home-Bakers-Bill/177330845646404It's our central up-to-the-minute update site right now.Also, for the Tweeters out there, I've set up a Twitter account. Keep an eye out for @NJHomeBakerBill.Thanks for your help and support and please stop by and LIKE us on FB.
Just wanted to stop by and say Congratulations to all in Arkansas. Sounds like a win to me!Hopefully before the end of this year we'll have a bunch more states added to the list of those that have a Cottage Food Law enacted.
Greetings from NJ. Just wanted to stop by and wish you all the best of luck on this bill, but from what I've read it doesn't sound like you need it. Can't wait to hear some good news soon from SD. Wishing you all the best!
Felicia, and everyone else in Washington, just stopping by to wish you all good luck! Sounds like it's going really well and hope the trend continues. Keep up the great work!
Hi, Barbara.Greetings from NJ! Wishing you and all the Floridian home bakers the best of luck. Hoping to hear some good news next week or soon thereafter.
Geez, you leave a place for 14 years and they change everything!!! (Darn! Think I just gave away my age.)
Not meaning to hijack this thread, so I'll end it here, but aren't those small markets (greenmarkets) only one or two days a week during Spring and Summer? And again, for the purposes of this thread, it would only be sales at farmers markets, greenmarkets, etc. Not out of a residential kitchen.
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