From the way I read the new HBV law in Indiana... you can sell your products from your home, right? Here are some excerts from the website posted above.
Production area of a Home-based Vendor is required to be in the vendor's primary residence.... The food product of a HBV must be made by an individual in the individual's primary residence. The production of the product from another nearby building or structure located on the HBV's premises is allowed when doing so can be done in a sanitary manner.
Home-based Vendors may sell their food product they made, only at a roadside stand or at a farmer's market.
"Roadside stand" means a place, building or structure along, or near, a road, street, lane, avenue, boulevard or highway where a HBV sells their food product to the public.
For reason of providing better food product safety, security, or quality, the point of sale for a food product sold at a roadside stand may be in a nearby publicly accessible building or structure, such as a tent or shed, on the premises where the food product was made.
So If I can only made my product at home, but for safety, security or quality the point of sale can be where the food product was made... well, that's home! I smell loop hole!!