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UPDATE on home based processing certification

GOOD NEWS! I just spoke with the KY Department for Public Health regarding the Home Based Processor certificate and they gave me these simple instructions:

If you are interested in selling baked goods or canned goods at the market, call the Department for Public Health at (502) 564-7181. They will send you a packet in the mail to fill out and return and then they will, in turn, mail you a certificate for home processing. NO CLASS REQUIRED. If you are interested in sampling, please still attend the class on Tuesday, May 12 at the Ag Extension office.

I apologize for the confusion. Again, call if you have any questions. 270.361.2888



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