Our second entry in the NJ Food Law series deals with cottage food production, goods that can be sold out of someone’s house.

The first thing you may say is that you didn’t know you could sell food from your home. It makes sense. Living in modern society arms you with the knowledge that food needs to be inspected and regulated for safety before it is allowed to be sold to the public, and that is true, for most foods. But there are a lot of foods we eat that do not pose any danger as regulated by time and temperature. What do I mean?

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