Governor DeSantis has signed a new bill to ease restrictions on Florida’s Cottage Food operations.

Under the new “Home Sweet Home Act” cottage food operators who prepare food for sale out of their homes are now allowed to sell up to a $250,000 per year cap. Prior to this historic increase, cottage food operators were restricted to making just $50,000 per year.

DeSantis also removed all local government regulations in favor of having the State in charge of regulation, regardless of local zoning policies.

Products containing meat or fruits and vegetables are still not allowed.

Click HERE for a more thorough breakdown of restrictions and policies that govern the Florida Cottage Food industry.

Brendan O'Connor

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