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Selling Homemade Food Online Legalization of home-based food businesses has developed significantly in the last few years. Laws are now in place in many states for CFOs (cottage food operations). Selling homemade food online can happen more successfully if you create it in a legal, safe environment and package, market, and distribute carefully.
Where Is It Legal?
America’s government cares about how and where food is prepared. State laws specifically govern home kitchen food preparation, and the licenses and permits for distributing your home-cooked food online differ by state. Complying with your state law is a starting point, but you’ll need to comply with other states’ laws, too, as you ship there. So, presently, the regulations are a little complicated but worth checking into before you set up shop online.
Creating a Site
Your online marketplace options fall into two basic categories: Set up a personal store on an existing, larger site or marketplace, or create your own website and sell from there. Multiple online stores already exist — already formatted specifically for selling homemade food online. Using one of these will make your marketing a bit easier since foodies already shop at these marketplaces.
The Storage and the Shipping
If you’re selling homemade food online, then you’ve probably already thought about the issues of safe storage and expedited shipping. Once your homemade food has been cooked or made, you need sufficient space. Explain your process in your online store — the timeframe of when food was made, plus shipping times and types.
Market with Visuals
Selling homemade food online presents an inherent challenge: shoppers can’t taste or smell your food. So excellent photos, taken in well-lit settings, with attention to presentation — is extremely important for marketing your homemade food.
Selling homemade food online presents a few challenges in order to do it legally and safely. But the joy of making and presenting your homemade specialty to online consumers may be just the entrepreneurial niche for you.