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Texas Cottage Food Law: Home Page HB 970 was signed by Governor Perry and will be effective September 1, 2013! Plain language bill summary now posted! Click here! Read the full bill here: http://www.legis.state.tx.us/tlodocs/83R/billtext/html/HB00970F.htm Brief history: In 2011, the Texas Legislature passed SB 81, a bill making it legal to sell certain homemade foods like baked goods which do not require refrigeration, jams, jellies, and dried herb mixes. While SB 81 opened up great opportunities to thousands of Texans, the bill did have some serious limitations, such as requiring that all sales occur at your home, and some foods which were equally safe, such as candy, were still not allowed. Texas Cottage Food Law: Home Page
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