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Massachusetts likely to make changes in 21-year old Cottage Food law

26 days ago   |   By Food Safety

The Massachusetts “cottage food law” is out-of-date and needs to be updated, according to some.
The Bay State was one of the first states to allow the sale of cottage foods, meaning low-risk homemade food products. Its current cottage food law was adopted in 2000.
In the 21 years since some lawmakers say the state has fallen behind. Some states require cities and towns to develop their own regulations and permit licensing.
Rep. Erika Uyterhoeven, D-Somerville, says hundreds of the state cities and towns have not created a permit system for cottage foods. She is offering H-465 to make...
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