The city’s ordinance dovetails with state laws that encourage people to sell food they make at home.

The recent resurgence of farmers markets and the popularization of the farm-to-table movement across the U.S. has led to a legislative change at both the state and local levels to craft Colorado’s business environment into one more favorable to small-time food producers. The change began in 2012 when the Colorado Legislature passed the Cottage Foods […]

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