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  1. #21
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    Hi Ron,
    Yes, I thought about that, but I dismissed it. I guess it wouldn't hurt to ask.

    Anyway, for now, I've decided I'll sell what I roast here and there to people I know and whomever asks to buy instead of actively trying to market it and such. I think I'd rather have a licensed business if I try to market to a wider audience, which I don't have time for that now. The way I see it, I've still got lots of learning to do anyway, so might as well enjoy the slow ride until I'm ready.

    I initially thought about moving up to an RK gas grill drum roaster, but since this change of plan after some research I think I might take a look at a Gene Cafe Roaster... I have yet to look it up, so we'll see.

    Keep us posted with how the HR1 is treating you. I read somewhere that you have to break it in and the roasts get a whole lot better after around the 50th roast.

    Angela
    My cheerful disposition is brought to you today by a STRONG cup of coffee.

  2. #22
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    Just an FYI for anyone reading this, got this link from Odysea in another forum which pertains to this thread, too: CottageFoods.org
    It's a site that has Cottage Food Laws by state. It's also got groups/forums by state and a Q&A section in general. Then once your business is up and running you can add your Cottage Food Operation (CFO) to the map.

    Another thing I found about the Colorado Cottage Food Act is that you need to take a food handler training course before you start selling, which can be a course from CSU Extension’s Food Safety Works program, I'll try to post more about that once I find out more and complete it. Also, looks like as long as the purchaser is a direct consumer, you can sell your product on the internet in Colorado.
    My cheerful disposition is brought to you today by a STRONG cup of coffee.

 

 
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