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What do y'all make if this law? I'm not sure I'm understanding.
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The health department has no jurisdiction on your operation as long as you do not use commercial equipment, and make less than 20,000 less a year from said operation
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I'm not a lawyer, and neither do I play one on television, but I read it as, "if you are under the $20k limit, commercial-grade equipment is not required; if you're over it, commercial-grade equipment is required." This particular snippet of statute seems to be silent on any other health code compliance issues for home bakers, and so I'm sure there must be other laws that apply.

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post #4 of 12

seems to be the skeleton, or brief, of a state's cottage food law. Is that a text of new initiatives up for a vote??? 

 

I would just be sure that law is "active" and not just being considered.

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Oh no... I can't fly my drone over the local nuclear plant anymore....

Now what am I going to do for fun???

 

:P

post #6 of 12

seems to be from louisiana-- correct?

 

'exempt from sanitation rules that require commercial equipment" i would guess like a grease trap for example and an exhaust hood for fire prevention, maybe a three compartment sink --

 

they still have sanitation requirements but not the ones that require special equipment is how i read it in the following article -- it seems to have passed in may?

 

http://www.myarklamiss.com/story/d/story/bill-to-help-home-based-bakers-wins-final-passage/33663/wxhHruHNt0OTrKthXupe6Q

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What do y'all make if this law? I'm not sure I'm understanding.

 

Why do you ask? Without context or reference as to your situation.......8-)

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post #8 of 12

If you finished the read, you can keep flying it as long as you have permission... 8)

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Oh cool, was worried for a minute.

I'll just pop over and ask Mr Power plant for permission.

post #10 of 12

Only in America......where else would we find a home baking law followed directly by a law forbidding you to fly your drones in certain places! Maybe somebody had a new strategy for delivering cake.......you'll be fine so long as your cake-carrying drone does NOT fly over the nuclear power plant without permission.

 

Honestly, you guys get to have all the fun.....

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..........I read it as, "if you are under the $20k limit, commercial-grade equipment is not required; if you're over it, commercial-grade equipment is required." This particular snippet of statute seems to be silent on any other health code compliance issues for home bakers,........

 

This is my take on it also.

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Thanks everyone for the responses. That was my take on it also. I just wanted to make sure!
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