New Law Limits Homemade Treats
People who shop at local farmer's markets will start to see fewer and fewer homemade snacks.
Customers shopping at farmer's markets are accustomed to finding homemade jams, jellies, and breads, right next to produce. Starting in September, that may become a thing of the past.
After September 1, all homemade goodies, including fresh jams and jellies, will not be allowed at farmers markets.
In addition, home bakers and canners won't be able to resale to restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops or online. The only legal place to share a homemade product is from the home.