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Craft Food Forum for homemade-food businesses

January 23, 2013|By Caitlin Keller
  • Craft Food Forum is meant to help those who want to start a food business from home.
Craft Food Forum is meant to help those who want to start a food business from… (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles…)

The California Homemade Food Act went into effect Jan. 1, which allows certain foods prepared in home kitchens, such as breads, granola, pies and jams, to be sold to restaurants, shops and directly to customers.

Los Angeles residents looking to sell homemade goods can learn how to get their products on the market, in accordance with requirements and regulations, at a Craft Food Forum on Sunday at 3 p.m. The event will be held at California State Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center where KCRW Good Food host Evan Kleiman and the Orange County Department of Health will discuss the new law and important implementations, such as inspections and product labeling, so those wanting to finally launch a business selling homemade foods -- now that it’s legal -- can do so successfully.

125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, (714) 567-7233, www.grandcentralartcenter.com.

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