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Florida Cottage Food Law - Labeling

post #1 of 4
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Hello Everybody -

 

I have been making cakes and cake pops for fun,  friends and co workers alike like them. Last week a co worker asked me to make some cake pops for her husbands birthday and insisted on paying me.

Because I don't want to break any laws I did some research and therefore am aware of the cottage food law here in Florida.

I think I understand the rules but am not sure about the labeling part.

As I mentioned I am just a hobby decorator and I am using box mixes and even prepared icings.... ( i know...)

Here is my question: Do I have to list ( copy) every ingredient or is it sufficient to state " chocolate cake mix" etc. on the food label?

 

Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance

 

Minioetschel

post #2 of 4

it usually states something like "in order by weight" which means you have to put in each ingredient. 

post #3 of 4

In WA you have to put in everything, including the ingredients of any mixes/etc, I would assume it's the same where you are.

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TY!

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