Course on Alabama’s Cottage Foods Law Held in Anniston

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

 Have you ever bought a delicious pie from a home baker at a local market?  Those home producers have a special law that they must adhere to in order to sell directly to the consumer. It’s called the Alabama Cottage Foods Law and it allows people to produce certain non-hazardous foods like baked goods, canned jam and jelly, dried herbs, and candy in their home and sell it to you. The Calhoun County’s Extension Agency held a course today, to teach food product concepts at the Extension Auditorium in Anniston. More than 600 people in the region have taken the class since the law passed.

 

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