NJ Spotlight News

A win for New Jersey home bakers and candy makers

Clip: 10/05/2021 | 2m 28s | Video has closed captioning.

New Jersey now allows baked goods made from home to be sold for profit. The state health department has published new guidelines to allow residents to operate businesses from home kitchens. Residents will need to apply for a license, which costs $100. Until now, New Jersey had been the only state in the country that prohibited the sale of home-baked goods for profit.

Aired: 10/05/21

Rating: NR

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