The Georgia Cottage Food Law was passed in September 2012. It allows Georgia citizens to sell “low-risk” foods. For details about small/home food processing contact your local health departments or the state Department of Agriculture. Here is the modification as written by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Georgia Cottage Food Requirements
The State of Georgia provided an exemption to the GA Food Act that now allow “low risk” foods to be prepared at home for sale at government sponsored Farmers’ Markets in the state of Georgia. See the guidelines here: GA Farmers Market HBB Guidelines 2009. For additional details about small/home food processing contact your local health departments or Georgia Department of Agriculture.
Learn about the Georgia Cottage Food Guidelines.