Home Kitchen Warrior: Turn your Passion to Food into a Profitable Business
Have you been looking for a way to share your cooking or food traditions with your neighborhood and community? Maybe you’re a food entrepreneur looking to start a food business from your home.
This two-Class Home Kitchen Warrior Series can help you get started!
PART 1 – 11/7 Cottage Food Operations (CFO)
Do you make amazing jam, bake delicious cookies, or make your family’s favorite bread? Then a Cottage Food Operation (CFO) may be right for you.
A CFO is the ticket for making foods that can be stored on a shelf at room temperature. You can bake, roast coffee, make tea and spice blends, mix nuts, make candy, or make jams and preserves.
PART 2 – 11/14 Intro to Micro Enterprise Home Kitchen Operation (MEHKO)
(Note: this options is for for Solano and other MEHKO-approved counties only; MEHKO permitting has NOT been adopted by Napa County at this time).
Have you been looking for a way to share your cooking or food traditions with your neighborhood and community? Or maybe you’re a food entrepreneur looking to start your food business starting out of your home?
The Micro Enterprise Home Kitchen Operation (MEHKO) available in Solano and select counties may be a good fit – and we can help you get started!
The MEHKO permit allows chefs to prepare, cook and serve food prepared in their home kitchen directly to consumers, either through delivery, take-out or dine-in at the house. Food must be cooked and served on the same day and approved MEHKO’s can serve up to 30 meals a day, or 60 meals per week.
Requirements include: Food must be cooked and served on the same day and approved MEHKO’s can serve up to 30 meals a day, or 60 meals per week. Other requirements apply.
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Shawn Walker-Smith and Mani Niall, SBDC Advisors, will discuss what you need to run a home kitchen food business in your county. They can provide advice on how to set up and run a successful food business from home. And there will be plenty of time for Q&A!