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workshops: Cooking Up a Food Business in the Home Kitchen


Cooking Up a Food Business in the Home Kitchen


March 20, 27 & April 3, 2012
With the significant popularity of farmers markets more and more people are looking to produce and sell their own special products. In 2009, the Indiana General Assembly created a home-based vendor exemption (House Enrolled Act 1309) for food entrepreneurs. House Enrolled Act 1309 created a unique opportunity for individuals to produce products out of their home kitchens under the home based vendor exemption. While HEA 1309 has opened a door of significant opportunity there are limitations to the rule in place to protect consumers from potential health risks with foodborne illness. This webinar looks to delve into both the opportunities and the limitations of HEA 1309, the science behind the regulations and safe/best practices for food production. Each topic session will also feature a special guest; someone who is a successful home based vendor or entrepreneur that will share their story.

These sessions will all be presented online. Individuals can join others at their local county Purdue Extension office OR from home on a personal computer.

For more information and to register please see the brochure.








Created at 1/10/2012 3:52 PM by Budzik, Michael J.
Last modified at 1/10/2012 3:56 PM by Budzik, Michael J.