To sell on home made food on Croftery, you will need a Cottage Food Permit (aka home food seller permit) from the state of Washington. This is to ensure food safety (read more). This tutorial shows you how to get one. If you already have a license, follow these instructions to join Croftery. If not, please continue through the guide.
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About the Cottage Food Permit
Slightly dated video by the WSDA about cottage food laws
A Cottage Food Permit allows a resident of Washington State to make food that is not potentially hazardous such as baked goods, candies, jams, jellies, preserves, fruit butters, dry spice blends, dry tea blends (etc) in their primary residential kitchen.
Before You Apply
Allowed Food Guidelines
Brief list of examples:
Prohibited Food Guidelines
Selling Something Unique?
If you have questions about selling a specific product, please contact a regional government officer below with your list of products, ingredients, and recipes. They are very helpful.