Thousands of Food Startups Pop Up In Minnesota, Thanks to New Cottage Food Law

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Thanks to Minnesota’s recent Cottage Food Law, 2,300 food startups have popped up in the state. The law allows micro businesses that make under $18,000 a year to sell their products at co-ops, farmers’ markets and grocery stores without a license. Fermented foods are some of the most popular in the state’s wave of local food retailers because most fermented foods don’t require refrigeration and allow for creativity in the kitchen.

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