San Francisco

Cottage Food Laws: Selling Food from Home

6:30 p.m. | Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Image credit: Flickr user Jon Matthies

Food entrepreneurs in California cannot legally sell products that are cooked in a home kitchen. Recently proposed “cottage food” legislation would allow individuals to sell some types of food produced in home kitchens directly to consumers. Hear about the proposal from both the small-business and public-health perspective with Christina Oatfield, Sustainable Economies Law Center, and Richard J. Lee, San Francisco Department of Public Health. Co-sponsored by 18 Reasons and Kitchen Table Talks. Cost $10. This event will be held at 18 Reasons (3674 18th Street). Register at spur.org/sellingfood.

Location

3674 18th Street,
San Francisco, CA 94110
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Admission

$10 for members and non-members
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Individual ticket purchases. If you request a refund between 2 and 10 business days prior to the event, SPUR can issue a 25 percent refund. Requests for refunds received less than 2 days prior to an event cannot be accommodated.

Sponsorship payments will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.

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