I have a booth at the Farmerâs Market every Saturday. In the spring I sell herb plants in nursery pots and in decorative pots. Our market runs from the first Saturday in May to the Saturday before Christmas. People donât buy plants in the fall, so I supplement with other things. The Market Master told us that anyone selling baked goods, etc. had to get a certificate from the Health Department. I just got off the phone with the local health department, which single handedly wiped out my whole business. I do the following each fall: Herb vinegars (not allowed) Herb oils - kept in a cooler (not allowed) Herb butters â frozen and kept in a cooler (not allowed) Pesto â kept in a cooler (not allowed) Fruit pies (most are not allowed, a couple of kinds are) Prepared Horseradish (not allowed) Dry mixes like soups, cakes, dips, drinks, in jars (not allowed) Dry tea blends (not allowed) Pickled veggies (not allowed) It appears that if I take a cup of uncooked pasta, chicken bouillon, and some dried herbs and put them in a sterilized jar, itâs illegal. To do this I need a processorâs license from the State. They will come and inspect my farm, house, kitchen, test my water and septic system, require any changes to be done (perhaps a new well?) and charge me $150 a year. I canât even sell little bags of dried herbs. I was depending on the income since I am now unemployed from my full time job. I am POed to say the least, and down right devastated. I am allowed to sell sweet breads, cookies, apple butter, and a few jams and jellies. There are already several selling these items. My soup/crock pot mixes are a big seller in the fall. There's already several vendors selling soaps, jewlery, painted wood, lots of breads, jams/jellies, cakes, cookies, knitted items, and other crafts. I need fall products and now that they have my information, I can't do them anyway - I'll get fined. So now what do I do? Any ideas?