Lewis & Clark County Health Department

After much study and discussion, Montana’s revised cottage food law finally went into effect Oct. 1, 2015. The revision is courtesy of House Bill 478, which passed the 2015 legislative session earlier this year. Among other provisions, it expanded the types of foods legally allowed to be made at home and sold in person at a public or private venue, at farmers markets, or online. Homemade cottage foods for saleMontanans no longer need access to an industrial kitchen to legally produce and sell so-called “cottage foods” to the public. However, anyone who wants to do more than sell their items at a farmers
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