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Home Consumption and Homemade Food Act

Cole Dalton, Retail Food Program Manager / Compliance Coordinator
(385) 332-1499
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House Bill 181 (the Home Consumption and Homemade Food Act) was signed into law in the spring of 2018.  The law allows the sale of home made foods (as long as they do not contain meats or raw (unpasteurized) milk products), without the seller needing to be registered with the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.

Foods made under this law can only be sold directly to the consumer, cannot be resold, and must bear a disclaimer on the label that says both “Not for Resale” and a statement to the effect that the product has been made in a facility that is NOT under any state or local inspection.

Please read the full text of the law, by clicking here.