Is it ok to cook from your own kitchen at home, and then sell your goods.
Of course eighty, that is if you are doing some catering on the side or making breads, cookies etc. If you want to sell perishables or run a full time business out of your home, that is a different story. You will probably need to register and check with your local, county and or state agencies for details...good luck !!
Yes, of course. You get to make your own money from your own kitchen. That is marvelous.
by Shane Lambert 16 months ago
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by Gous Ahmed 7 years ago
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