Can I sell produce or value-added products on-site?
On-site sales are considered an accessory use. If allowed, there will be regulations about what can be sold, hours of operation, signage and parking. For example, on-site sales might be limited to whole, uncut, fresh produce or horticulture products, like flowers and honey, that have been grown on the parcel. Review the code of ordinances or contact the planning department to see if on-site sales are allowed and, if applicable, begin the special use permitting process. For value-added products, contact the department of agriculture or health in your state to learn more about cottage food laws and food safety rules.
- Kansas City, KS
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