Florida’s Cottage Food Law Updates
The “Home Sweet Home Act” has new rules for cottage food operations in Florida. Join us to learn what is new and if this might be the business model for you!
- The updated legislation increases the gross sales for cottage food operations from $50,000 per year to $250,000 per year;
- It places those operations under state regulation and exempts them from certain food and building permit requirements;
- Prohibits local governments from prohibiting cottage food operations or regulating cottage food products by cottage food operations;
- Allows for internet sales, in-person delivery, sale at venues (such as farmers markets) or by mail;
- Disallows food items to be sold wholesale.
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