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post #16 of 19
It looks like PA has a cottage food law, check out the site below for more details.
http://extension.psu.edu/food-safety/entrepreneurs/starting-a-business
post #17 of 19
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Yep...but I have pets, so I can't bake in my house...and if you make cheesecakes or pies, you can't use a dual-kitchen (personal and business). So my house is not an option....I was going to try to have one of my friends who has no pets and etc...but again if I need to make cheesecakes...I can't use their place either. & she didn't want to go through the process, with her kids and etc.

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post #18 of 19
If you don't have room on your property to build and there are no nearby kitchens available for rent, the next best option is probably to rent out some commercial property and build a kitchen there. This would be a significant investment and if you decide to rent to others you will have a limited market due to the CFL in your state but if the market is there and you have a good business plan it can be done.
post #19 of 19
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Well I have contacted some local community centers....so fingers crossed. Thanks again everyone. 

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