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Originally Posted by francescakes

I feel so bad every time I read these threads about cooking from home in NJ-

The politicians in NJ DO NOT CARE that you are a nice person just looking to support your family by running a food based business from home.

Selling food made in your home is NEVER going to happen in NJ for a multitude of reasons. NEVER.

It is a complete waste of time to think that NJ politicians are going to support home based food operations.


I heard many of these same arguments when I was trying to get a bill filed in Texas. There is ALWAYS hope. In the words of someone wiser than I, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world."

We ARE changing it, one state at a time.

The movement to change the New Jersey law was started by some wonderful ladies on CakeCentral:
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopicp-6418185-.html
post #32 of 34
New Jersey politicians are the most corrupt in the United States.

My suggestion was to think of more creative ways to get your business up and running in NJ, it would certainly be a faster approach.
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Originally Posted by pattycakesnj View Post

anyone in northern nj want to share space????????
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Originally Posted by pattycakesnj View Post

I am in NJ too and just spent some time with my local health department about setting up a seperate kitchen in my home. They were great and very forthcoming with info but the problem lies with zoning for me, and most people I would think. That is why it is important to push our state reps on the home baking law that right now is sitting in committee. For now, I am looking to rent a store so if anyone is willing to share, pm me. I have found some good spaces that may work for 2 people because I can't afford it on my own. (I am looking in Bergen County)[/quotI

I'm from Bergen too and would like to rent a store too
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