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EFN-050: Selling Foods Made at Home
210550, 15; 230550, 85;
2016 April NEW
Texans may sell certain foods prepared in their homes as long as they follow the regulations established by the state Health and Safety Code. This publication explains what types of foods may be sold, where they may be sold, and how they must be packaged and labeled. Gross sales may not exceed $50,000 annually, and the business owner must have a food handlers certification from a state-accredited program. 3 pp. By Rebecca Dittmar and Julie Prouse
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