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    Careena

    Thank you for reaching out to us!

     

    According to the policy,the sale of homemade prepared food is subject to regulatory guidelines and often requires a permit. Because we can’t enforce these restrictions, prepared food is not allowed.

     

    Here are the list of prohibited products/items:

    • Dietary Supplements, Baby Formulas, Meal Replacements, and Animal Food.
    • Prepared or perishable goods, including dairy and baked goods
    • Homemade shelf products, such as jams, jellies, and pickles
    • Homemade meals
    • Eggs sold outside of the seller's farm

     

    Here are the list of the permitted products/items:

    • Whole, uncut fruits and vegetables
    • Eggs sold directly on the seller's farm
    • Unopened and packaged commercially sold food goods (canned soup, packages of cookies, etc.) as long as the packaging has not been tampered with and the items are sold before their expiration date. 

    *If you are selling canned goods, it is better to add the photo of the expiration date.

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    Chalie-Ann
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    Loretta

    I see a lot of home bakers doing Special Order cakes for parties and such. I don't know if they are licensed chefs because they work from home. Allowed?

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