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post #16 of 19

I'm not really sure how to work Facebook, but there is a group devoted to the Cottage Food Law resolution. I copied the address: https://www.facebook.com/groups/152208218265958/

 

I hope this works for you guys. I haven't been as active as, perhaps I should be, since in Gasconade Co. I'm permitted to bake at home. As of now, in Missouri, it goes on an county by county basis. I hope I'm not laboring under false information, for I had quite a lengthy discussion with a lady at the Health Dept. last year. At any rate, I hope it soon gets all settled to eliminate any question.

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post #17 of 19

Thanks!

post #18 of 19
Thanks! icon_smile.gif do you know if Jefferson or Franklin counties allow it? Or st. Louis? Thanks!
post #19 of 19
I only know about Gasconade. Do what I did and call your health dept. They'll be able to tell you definitely.
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