Connecticut Post: Law Could Open Door for Home Cooking

Connecticut Post

January 16, 2015

Law could open door for home cooking

“This session, the Connecticut General Assembly will weigh a bill that would allow people to make food in their homes for commercial sale, dubbed “cottage food” production…’Allowing for cottage food operations is an easy way that states can support the development of small businesses and increase the availability of local products within their borders,’ wrote Alli Condra, clinical fellow in the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic. ‘The fact that 42 states allow some sort of in-home processing of non-potentially hazardous foods demonstrates that these types of operations are important and valuable.'”

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