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post #31 of 39

What are the 3 places in Louisville to rent a commercial kitchen? I would love to try one out!

post #32 of 39
The Sweet Shoppe
10920 Planteside Dr. 502-261-0798
They rent by the hour (not sure of the price) and unlimited time by the month is $200.
I have been there once last week. Amazing I love it there.
post #33 of 39
Kytchen they rent by the hour and have pretty much everything you will need.

No his mind is not for rent, to any god or government...

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post #34 of 39

(502) 778-8082

227 S 30th St, Louisville, KY 40212

 

Speedy lunch has a number of food trucks working out of their rental kitchens.

 

The third rental kitchen that I know about isn't open yet.

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post #35 of 39
Oh and I will say this about Louisville/Jefferson county...being "legal" isn't as easy as just renting space in a rental kitchen...you have to get your serve safe certification or pass the food handlers certifications (you can find the info on the health departments site about fees and where/when to take the test) and once you do that, the health department has to
Come out to the rental space and clear/pass you.

Seriously, Jefferson county is ridiculous, if we put the health department in charge of solving crime, our crime rate would drop dramatically.

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post #36 of 39

With the Ohio CFL, you are only allowed to sell baked goods, etc in the state of Ohio. You are not allowed to cross state lines with the product. Your Kentucky clients then would have to travel to Ohio to pick up their properly labeled items.  It would also limit your wedding cake production/delivery to only Ohio as well. - hope this helps

post #37 of 39

Are you the lady doing this: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/kentucky-cottage-food-law

 

Because I'd love to know how to help

post #38 of 39
The ky sanitation course is a couple of hours and $30. Its good for three years. No big deal. Jefferson county health dept is not hard to work with. Ive been licensed for 18 years.
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No I got no where however there a young last she had a FB page for it just search face book for ky cottage food law. She is getting somewhere !!!
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