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Hope for Cottage Food Producers

Mark Stambler; photo by John Rabe

This weekend on KPCC’s Off-Ramp, I talked to breadmaker Mark Stambler and California Assembly Member Mike Gatto about the in-the-works legislation to legalize “cottage food” businesses—breadmakers, nut roasters, and other creators of non-dangerous food items for sale. The whole issue first came to head when Stambler appeared on Off-Ramp; then Eat LA contributor Jenn Garbee did a feature story on his homemade bread for the Los Angeles Times; and then he got shut down by the Health Department. Gatto read about it and was appalled, and the rest may become legislative history.

You can listen to the interview here.

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