Cottage foods are foods made in a person's home or other designated location and sold directly to a consumer. They include foods that are defined in the Idaho Food Code as nonTime/Temperature Control for Safety (non-TCS) foods. Examples of cottage foods include: baked goods that do not require refrigeration, fruit jams and jellies, honey, fruit pies, breads, cakes that do not require refrigeration, pastries and cookies that do not require refrigeration, candies and confections that do not require refrigeration, dried fruits, dry herbs, seasonings and mixtures, cereals, trail mixes and granola, nuts, vinegar and flavored vinegars, popcorn and popcorn balls, or tinctures that do not make medicinal claims.
If you are selling cottage food items . you will need to print off "Cottage Food Assessment Doc." & send it through email/ fax to Heidi Cranney at the South Central Public Health district. You also may drop it off to her at the office in Heyburn Idaho. 485 S. 22nd St. Heyburn, ID.. If you already have this done, you will need to have a copy for yourself at your booth and a hard copy for Britney. This can be given to her at the vendor meeting June 11th, @ 6:30 pm @ East Park in Burley (Skate Park)
If you are wanting to sell Butter, yogurt, cheese, raw goats/sheep milk, raw cows milk please click on the link below. You will need to fill out the same form for all above items. This form is free to fill out and fairly simple to get done. Once approved you will need to make sure a copy of the approved registration form is given to Britney Tracy through the Burley Farmers Market. - If you have any questions please contact the Boise ISDA office at(208) 332-8550.