Have you ever been told you should sale your family’s recipe for baked goods, canned goods, trail mixes, or jams and jellies? Now you can!
Mississippi’s cottage food law allows small town, at home entrepreneurs package for sale their family’s flavors that make Mississippi tasty. One Mississippi woman, Lise Foy, used the Cottage Food Law as a starting point to get her salsa, chow-chow, and bread into the community. That business grew into her becoming a full blow farmer with 6-acres of produce and opening a commercial kitchen to meet her canning demand.
Listen to her story here
There are some regulations to the Mississippi cottage food law. You can learn more by clicking here.