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California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616

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  • California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616

    This bill is awaiting the Governor's signature and is meant to make it reasonably easy and affordable to become a licensed food producer and allow some limited commercial food handling and production at home.

    What do you think?

    Chris

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    Re: California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616

    Chris,

    Without reading it, does it have sanitary checks and proper food handling in the bill? I'm pretty sure moonbeam will sign it regardless.
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      Re: California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616

      It's my understanding that it requires a food handling course and certificate. In addition permits, of course, will be needed from the local governments. An example would be a city business lic.

      There is nothing quite like food poisoning to make a day and the following night special..

      Chris

      Here is a link to the Ca/Gov information.

      http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...1120120AB1616&
      Last edited by SCChris; 09-18-2012, 08:15 AM.

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        Re: California Homemade Food Act, AB 1616

        In Utah I need a food handlers permit, 3 basin stainless sink, handwash sink, be able to wash down the whole place. I know of a lasy that was doing catering and she did not have the proper (comercial kichen like) equiptment and she quit rather than update to code.

        Do your homework.

        Derk

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