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post #16 of 19
I listed on Etsy for a while. I did get a few enquiries, but no actual orders, so I let it lapse.
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post #17 of 19
I LOVE etsy! The premise of the site is home-made so I do think most buyers are aware of what they are getting. I think it is just a matter of the laws. I know that I can have a homebased business in nyc but I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that those laws don't apply to the internet. Defintely something to investigate as I think many of you would do well with a shop on etsy.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by RachieRach

I LOVE etsy! The premise of the site is home-made so I do think most buyers are aware of what they are getting. I think it is just a matter of the laws. I know that I can have a homebased business in nyc but I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that those laws don't apply to the internet. Defintely something to investigate as I think many of you would do well with a shop on etsy.



I live in Jersey and have been trying to figure out who or where to go to ask about the laws here, who did you have to call in your state?
post #19 of 19
Interstate food sales go into a whole 'nuther realm of regulations. Some of the people I've worked for would not cross the state line with deliveries. This was back 20 years ago but my guess would be it has gotten more complicated rather than less.
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