Californians Can Now Sell Food They Cooked In Their Kitchens — But Only If Their County Has Opted In To The Law
Advocates say the first-in-the-nation legislation will offer economic empowerment to people who can't afford to cook in a professional kitchen. But there are restrictions that come with the measure.
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Selling Food From Your Kitchen Is Legal In California, But There's A Catch
A new law in California allows home cooks to prepare and sell meals out of their personal digs as of January 1. But would-be household hash slingers shouldn't grab their aprons and chef hats just yet. The law — the first of its kind in the country — has a major caveat: counties have to opt in, and so far, none have. (Romero, 1/17)