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post #121 of 432
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Originally Posted by sweetjane3

Sorry!! Princesscatt, New Jersey is a "NO". Regulated by the Dept of Health thumbsdown.gif



Do you have to have a seperate kitchen or is just no all around?
post #122 of 432
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Updated list in PDF format.
post #123 of 432
From Delaware's Food Establishment Regulatory Requirements ( http://www.dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/hsp/files/feplanreview0603.pdf ):
OPERATIONS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE A FOOD ESTABLISHMENT PERMIT
1. An establishment that offers only pre-packaged foods that are not potentially hazardous;
2. A produce stand that only offers whole, uncut fresh fruits and vegetables;
3. A food processing plant;
4. A kitchen in a private home if only food that is not potentially hazardous is prepared for sale or service
at a function such as a religious or charitable organization's bake sale if allowed by law and if the
consumer is informed by a clearly visible placard at the sales or service location that the food is
prepared in a kitchen that is not subject to regulation and inspection by the Division of Public Health;
5. An area where food that is prepared as specified immediately above is sold or offered for human
consumption;
6. A kitchen in a private home such as a small family day-care provider; or a bed-and-breakfast operation
that prepares and offers food to guests if the home is owner occupied, the number of available guest
bedrooms does not exceed 6, breakfast is the only meal offered, the number of guests served does not
exceed 18, and the consumer is informed by statements contained in published advertisements, mailed
brochures, and placards posted at the registration area that the food is prepared in a kitchen that is not
regulated and inspected by the Division of Public Health; or
7. A private home that receives catered or home-delivered food; or a private home in which an individual
is hired to prepare foods for personal consumption.

Not real clear, but I think I can sell cookies (not potentially hazardous) on Etsy.
post #124 of 432
I live in Idaho I have been trying to get info. I live in Twin Falls, ID. We are trying to start a business in our home baking cupcakes and cookies. does anyone have any info on this for twin falls county?

thanks
post #125 of 432
Princesscat,
You can home bake in NJ if you have a seperate kitchen with a seperate entrance. I am starting to gather info but it is a nightmare. There is a bill pending in NJ to allow home baking so contact your reps and push it.
post #126 of 432
Princesscatt,
You can home bake in NJ if you have a seperate kitchen with a seperate entrance. I am starting to gather info but it is a nightmare. There is a bill pending in NJ to allow home baking so contact your reps and push it.
post #127 of 432
I cannot open this file either. Does anyone know about Oklahoma? I think it is a big NO. Thanks for any help.
post #128 of 432
I've contacted my health department twice but still no reply. Anyone know if you can have a home based business in Livingston county, New York. Or if you rent a space? Any help GREATLY appreciated.
post #129 of 432
Hello: I'm new here, and am falling in love with all the great information. I couldn't open the link, either. Does anyone know anything about licensing in Mississippi? Thanks much icon_smile.gif
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post #130 of 432
For those of you in GA, where are you finding your information??? I have read twice over every word on the GA Dept. of Agriculture's website, and it doesn't say ANYTHING about home bakeries.
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post #131 of 432
Can't get the pdf to open Kelley, keeps giving me a "forbidden" error.
post #132 of 432
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Originally Posted by Tallycake

In the chart, Florida is listed as a 'no'--but I do have a good friend that has a very successful catering business from her partner's home. She and her best friend started it several years ago. They are licensed and everything.

I think maybe the difference is that the customer never comes to the house. Everything is delivered. I think that is what makes the difference in Florida...that the kitchen has to be a separate from the 'living' area...

I'm going to do some more calling/research and find out.



Hi Tally! Did you ever find out?? icon_biggrin.gif
post #133 of 432
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Originally Posted by Panchis

How about NC?



NC is a Yes state!!!!
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post #134 of 432
Does anyone know about Snohomish County in WA state?
post #135 of 432
Quote:
Originally Posted by ScrapMomG

For those of you in GA, where are you finding your information??? I have read twice over every word on the GA Dept. of Agriculture's website, and it doesn't say ANYTHING about home bakeries.
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I ive in Atlanta and my husband and I tried to start a catering business last year. We went through so much red tape with the Dept.of Health to only be tod that they no onger aow food preparation for sell uness you have a commissory (ie. restuarant, seperate kitchen) that has been permitted ny them. We have a mobile kitchen that doesn't have a stove or hood and they said we weren't alowed to cook in our home kitchen or outside the truck (BBQ). The laws in GA just changed last year. Had we appied 6 months earlier, we woud have made the cut under the grandfather clause.
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