Additional states that have jumped on the bandwagon include: Alabama, New Mexico and Michigan, with several others allowing only farmers to produce products for sale at the local state sponsored farmers market.
I just found this information when I did an internet search. It was written last Sept. so other states might have been added since then. Every state is different on what needs to been done to comply with the laws in their state. I would suggest you do a search on your state's government website or just do a search of something like selling baked goods from your home and list your state. It might take some digging to get the information but it will be worth it if you find out that you can sell things from your kitchen.
Note on Alabama - you can prepare foods in your regular, family kitchen for sale at farmers markets and such. In order to do catering or custom baking/decorating for sale, you must have a separate kitchen that can only be used to prepare the foods you are going to sell. This kitchen must be inspected by the health department in order to get the permit/license, and probably is inspected regularly like restaurants and other food service businesses.
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