2010 House Bill 5837

House Roll Call 262: Passed

To exempt a “cottage food operation,” defined as a person who annually produces or packages less than $15,000 worth of “non-potentially hazardous food” in a kitchen of that person's primary domestic residence, from the licensure and regulation mandates that apply to regular commercial food producers. “Non-potentially hazardous food” would be defined as “baked goods, jams, jellies, candy, snack food, cereal, granola, dry mixes, vinegar, and dried herbs. It would not include food that requires temperature control for safety; meat and poultry products; salsa; milk products; bottled water and other beverages; home-produced ice products and more.

104 Yeas / 0 Nays
Democrat (62 Yeas / 0 Nays)
Republican (42 Yeas / 0 Nays)
Excused or Not Voting (4)