Some Restrictions Being Overturned On Selling of Homemade Goods

(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota lawmakers are overturning certain restrictions on the selling of homemade goods. The Cottage Food Act was passed into law three-years-ago, allowing people to sell things like jams and baked goods without licensing or inspection. In January, the state changed the law, which meant people couldn’t sell certain canned goods, homemade meals or anything perishable. State courts have now reversed that ban, allowing people to go back into business, and also deliver things like meals to the elderly during the pandemic.

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