The Colorado Department of Agriculture, Colorado State University, the Colorado Farmer’s Market Association, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment have teamed up to bring you Colorado Farm to Market, a helpful website “developed to familiarize Colorado food producers and food product manufacturers with federal, state and local food licensing regulations and to help ensure that the path food travels from farm to fork is safe.”
Users of the website can navigate by type of food product (raw, prepared, etc.), learn about laws like the Colorado Cottage Foods Act, learn about weights and measures, find out about programs like Farm to School or donating to food banks, and much more. If you are planning to sell your food and/or agricultural products, whether at a farmer’s market or the grocery store, be sure to visit this website first to make sure you comply with the laws that will help ensure your consumers’ safety.
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