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Advanced Cottage Food Producer food safety workshop planned

MARSHALL -- Individuals who make and sell baked goods, home-canned pickles, salsa, jam and jellies are encouraged to attend the Advanced Cottage Food Producer food safety workshop from 9 a.m. to noon April 19, at the SW/WC Service Cooperative in ...

MARSHALL - Individuals who make and sell baked goods, home-canned pickles, salsa, jam and jellies are encouraged to attend the Advanced Cottage Food Producer food safety workshop from 9 a.m. to noon April 19, at the SW/WC Service Cooperative in Marshall.
This advanced safe food handling course focuses on aspects of cottage food products including baked, confectionery, dried, fruit preserves and acid and acidified fruit and vegetables. You will learn how to produce, package and label a safe food product. This workshop meets the training requirement to register as a Minnesota cottage food producer with annual sales of $5,001 to $18,000 per year. Individuals with gross receipts of less than $5,000 per calendar year may attend this course or complete the online training course at mda.state.mn.us/licensing/licensetypes/cottagefood.aspx.
Registration materials are available at extension.umn.edu/foodsafety/cottagefoods. Registration deadline is April 12. For more information contact, Connie at (507) 337-2819 or schwa047@umn.edu .

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