Do business under the cottage food law

    Closures and job losses related to the pandemic put many individuals on an entrepreneurial track, including making and selling food from their own kitchens. Like many states, Connecticut has a cottage food law, administered by the Department of Consumer Protection, designed to allow small operators to work within appropriate health and safety guidelines.

    CT Department of Consumer Protection

    Learn the types of food preparation permitted, including the requirements for:


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