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October 31, 2011

Interested In Starting A Food Business In Your Own Kitchen?

If you’ve always thought that you’d like to give food entrepreneurship a try but have been hesitant to jump in with both feet and rent commercial kitchen space, the good news is that it’s now possible in many states to start a home bakery or other small food business from your own kitchen.  Since the rules and regulations vary by state I’ve included a Home-Based Food Business page to this website with information about the Cottage Food Laws as they apply on a state-by-state basis.  I will work to keep that page up-to-date with all the latest home food business news since the rules are changing so rapidly.  The fact that so many states are now coming on board and allowing home-based food businesses though is very exciting as it opens up this sector of entrepreneurship to anyone (living in states that allow it) who has a passion for good handmade food while lowering the startup costs required to get going.

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2 comments on “Interested In Starting A Food Business In Your Own Kitchen?

    • smallfoodbiz on said:

      Odd, I just tried it and it worked for me. Here’s the full link that you can cut and paste. Hopefully that will help. I’m also working on some more up-to-date info on Cottage Food Laws so keep an eye out in the next few weeks for more articles.