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More States Mull Loosening of Local Food Laws: New at Reason

Saturday, February 18, 2017 6:03
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Bake SaleNewly proposed legislation in Montana and California could loosen restrictions on millions of small food entrepreneurs in those states.

In Montana, the Local Food Choice Act would “allow for the sale and consumption of homemade food and food products and… encourage the expansion of agricultural sales by ranches, farms, and home-based producers” in the state.

The law would exempt those who make and sell such foods directly to consumers from mandatory licensing, permitting, packaging, labeling, inspection, and other requirements. The law doesn’t exempt those who don’t sell food directly to consumers—as in the case of those who sell to restaurants or grocers—or to those who sell food across state lines. Baylen Linnekin explains its potential good impacts, along with proposed legislation in California.

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Source: http://reason.com/archives/2017/02/18/deregulation-of-local-foods-is-a-winning

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