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A guide that explains the necessary steps and available resources for a beginning food processor to legally operate in Rhode Island.
An introduction to the PCHF Rule, with some specific resources for Pennsylvania food processors.
An explainer of local laws for Vermont food processors, including which agencies oversee which foods, labeling expectations, and federal regulations.
A page from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services aimed at home food processors. It contains information for licensing, labeling, and facility inspections.
An overview of the PCHF rule, including its applicability in Pennsylvania
An introduction to the New Jersey Department of Health's food safety program, including wholesale food and cosmetics, retail foods, seafood and shellfish, and emergency response.
A resource for food processors in Connecticut to register their business, depending on what is processed. The page also includes links to relevant regulation, food standards, and reinstatement.
An introduction to Vermont state licensing for food processing establishments with the necessary steps required to obtain a license.
An introduction to the PCHF Rule, with articles, videos, and online tools for New Hampshire food processors.
An introductory document for food manufacturers and processors in Vermont, with information on regulations, food safety training, and general education.
FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule (PCHF) Guidelines for PA Food Processors, Manufacturers, Packers, Holders & Distributors
An overview of the PCHF rule specifically aimed at Pennsylvania processors, with contact information for the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
A copy of the Good Manufacturing Practices for Food Rule for the State of Vermont, which food processors must follow in addition to FSMA's Good Manufacturing Practices requirements.
An explainer from the Maryland Department of Health explaining guidelines for state cottage food businesses. It includes which foods are regulated, what revenue constitutes a cottage business, and labeling requirements for these goods.
A list of different food and drug related forms that New Jersey businesses need to operate within the state. Please note that this list is not exhaustive.
An overview of the required permit for New York City based food processors, the steps needed to obtain a permit, and the associated costs.
An overview of the state of Maryland's Office of Food Protection, including useful links and an explanation of the office's role in food safety.
An introduction for food processors interested in starting a specialty food business in Maine. It defines what specialty foods are and provides some business guidance for getting started. The site also includes links to regulatory and testing resources.
A guide to sanitation requirements for food establishments in New Jersey, including definitions, requirements for employee hygiene, facility sanitation, and licensing. Note that this guide predates 21 CFR 117 and that users should consult additional resources for up to date information.