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"Cottage food" bill would allow home cooks to sell goods directly to consumers

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Home cooks are rallying at the State Capitol today in support of a bill that would make it legal for bakers and cake-makers to sell their goods directly to consumers. The bill would require certain information to be printed on the products' labels -- and would exclude baked goods of the "medical" variety. Cooks would have to register with their county or public health agency and pay a fee of no more than $100. Read more on Latest Word.

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