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[Institute For Justice Sell A Cookie Go To Jail Wisconsin’s Home-baked-good Ban]
BATTLING Wisconsin’s COOKIE POLICE
I think most consumers have no idea that you can’t sell what you bake in your home kitchen.
It’s really disappointing to realize that you can’t sell something that you know your customers want.
Lisa Kivirist OWNER OF INN SERENDIPITY BED & BREAKFAST AND FARM
To sell something that I made in my home kitchen to my local community is the most rewarding recipe possible.
Dela Ends OWNER OF SCOTCH HILL ORGANIC FARM
Just growing food is a creative act, and I love making, and cooking and baking.
Kriss Marion OWNER OF CIRCLE M MARKET ORGANIC FARM AND BED & BREAKFAST
I think it’s a – wonderful tribute to a farm and to this land to be able to grow stuff and turn it into something to eat. People really want to buy from their neighbors, from people in their tiny towns, from people in their neighborhoods.
As a Bed & Breakfast owner and a farmer I can raise the food, I can serve it to my Bed & Breakfast guests but I can’t send them home with any.
I was really disappointed when I found out that we couldn’t sell baked goods at the market. It didn’t really seem like we were doing anything unreasonable.
If I wanted to legally sell my muffins in Wisconsin, the first thing I would have to do is wipe out check book and start writing checks for all sorts of fees involving anything from renting a commercial kitchen to building one and I’d be draining my bank account before I started baking any muffins.
To build my own commercial kitchen would easily cost $50,000 or more.
The safest place to make food is in our home kitchens, it’s the place we feed our family, our friends, our community and we need to connect that more with our local economies.
Our customers will be happy to buy baked goods from us if they could. They would know that grains came from our farm, they would know who was handling it and that we really care about quality ingredients.
What seems crazy to me is you can sell canned goods from your home kitchen, you can sell raw apple cider from your house, but you can’t make muffins, or cookies, or cakes and sell those. It can’t be a safety issue it’s got to be political.
We’re partnering with the Institute for Justice on this lawsuit, because it’s unfair and unconstitutional that some items made in our home kitchen can be sold to the public while the safest one around, a cookie and baked goods, can’t.
If I could legally sell home baked goods, it would add an additional income stream to our family. In the rural community people work really hard and they don’t make a lot of money and it’s been harder and harder as the economies gotten harder.
Kriss Marion: Source: L Y B I O . N E T
I think that is what people in Wisconsin and throughout America want to be able to go to their neighbors, to leave the cities and drive out into countryside and buy muffins from cute farms and from beautiful places.
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