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Re: cottage food producers

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Ronald Anthony Anderson

01-05-2013 13:56:40

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here in Minn the fed made laws so stringent a lot of the old fashioned church suppers have been given up. Odd how the laws seem to get slanted by our gov for the people and by the people isn't it?

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01-05-2013 20:10:00

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 Re: cottage food producers in reply to Ronald Anthony Anderson, 01-05-2013 13:56:40  
"the fed made laws"

Ronald - is that a federal law? I just came from a big potluck funeral dinner at one of our local churches. I think here in Illinois they were originally gonna give the church potlucks a shutdown, but the idea was forgotten when it looked like there was gonna be an uprising. There ain't nothing more American than a church potluck!

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01-05-2013 18:14:54

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 Re: cottage food producers in reply to Ronald Anthony Anderson, 01-05-2013 13:56:40  
We just ran out of volunteers. The same folks did it all the time, and just got tired. I used to see the same folks volunteer at the lodge, church, VFW. My wife and I did a sphaghetti dinner for special olympics for 15 years. It was the same folks all that time. When a couple of the older folks passed, the rest of us just gave up. No younger folks would volunteer.

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01-05-2013 14:46:55

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 Re: cottage food producers in reply to Ronald Anthony Anderson, 01-05-2013 13:56:40  
Yeah, a few years ago a State inspector was driving thru Litchfield on a weekend- saw the local farmer's market, HM stuff- shut it down. Yes, for church dinners, all sorts of new rules to comply with. I guess we killed too many patrons (sic).

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Ronald Anthony Anderson

01-05-2013 16:49:51

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 Re: cottage food producers in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-05-2013 14:46:55  
I never heard of anyone eating at a church dinner get food poisoning. How many people get food poisoning at these fast food joints? or from bad meat from processing plants. or bad peanut butter products?

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