HOMEMADE FOOD PRODUCTS
Due to recent legislation known as the “Home Consumption and Homemade Food Act” (HB 181), producers of homemade food products may sell directly to informed consumers without regulation, certification, or permit. This does not include meat, alcoholic, or raw milk products. Vendors of this type are required to be in our “Direct-to-Sale” section of the market and to label their products in accordance with regulations set forth in HB 181.
For the full HB 181 document see: https://le.utah.gov/~2018/bills/static/HB0181.html
“Direct-to-Sale” vendors must have their booths clearly marked with the following information:
“This booth sells homemade food products, which have not been certified, licensed, regulated or inspected by state or local authorities.”
For an easy printable booth sign click on this link: Direct to Sale Sign MFM.
Homemade products of this type are required to have clear labels in accordance with regulations set forth in HB 181. See example label below.
For full labeling instructions, see website: https://le.utah.gov/~2018/bills/static/HB0181.html
SARAH’S FAMOUS STRAWBERRY JAM
90 E. Maple Street Mapleton, UT 84664
Not for Resale
Made without State or Local Inspection
Processed in a facility also containing wheat and milk.
Does not contain soy, eggs, peanuts or tree nuts, fish or shellfish.