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Homemade food is prized in some circles, and a lot of pride and effort goes into producing small batches of unique foods.
Don’t get caught selling products made from your home kitchen in California — the state’s no homemade law is so strict even bake sales aren’t allowed (unless they benefit charity.)
Artisanal foods are on the rise across the country — the recession has brought out many home cooks sharing their creative side, and looking to make a buck.
Thirty states have laws allowing the sale of homemade goods; however they vary from state to state.
Some handcrafted advocates are drafting a law that would allow homemade goods in California, and hopefully make an impact in the economically depressed state.
- Foodies push for homemade food sales law in Calif. (San Francisco Chronicle)