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Dehydrated Produce

Dehydrating foods is an age-old practice that has been used extensively throughout history. Dehydrating produce removes water from the product, extending its shelf life. Under the Colorado Cottage Foods Act, only dehydrated produce is allowed -jetkies and other dehydrated meat products are not permitted. Potential Products FruitsDehydrated slices or chopped pieces […]

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Candies and Confections

Candies and confections cover a wide range of artistically made sweet foods, many of which can be made in a home kitchen. Certain candies are considered non-potentially hazardous foods under the Colorado Cottage Foods Act and can be sold as cottage foods. Potential Products Include chocolate candies, caramels, hard candies, gum […]

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Baked Goods

These products are among the most popular food items in our society. Certain baked goods are considered non-potentially hazardous foods under the Colorado Cottage Foods Act and can be sold as cottage foods. Potential Products Only non-potentially hazardous baked goods are allowed. Baked goods such as cream, custard, or meringue pies, […]