Thursday, August 20, 2015

Front-yard produce stands the latest in Denver's local food movement

Take a look at what Denver just did. It is not that difficult!

New Home Occupation: Fresh Produce and Cottage Food Sales

Adopted by City Council via text amendment to the zoning code on July 14, 2014, and effective July 18, 2014, this home occupation allows Denver residents to sell raw, uncut produce and homemade cottage foods from their home. Sellers must have grown the produce in their home gardens or off-site at a community garden, urban farm, or another person’s property, and must have prepared the cottage foods at their homes. Cottage foods are defined by the State of Colorado Cottage Food Act and include non-potentially hazardous foods such as tea, honey, jams, jellies, and dried produce.
For rules and requirements associated with this home occupation, information on allowable cottage foods, and best practices, download the Fresh Produce and Cottage Foods Home Occupation Guide (PDF).

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