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DC Small Business Week: How to start a Home Baking Business in DC

  • Capitol View Neighborhood Library, Meeting Room 1 5001 Central Ave SE (map)

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Would you like to make extra income selling homemade baked goods? Selling homemade foods that do not require refrigeration-like cookies, cakes, and jam- is a great way for entrepreneurs to get started small in their own homes without having to spend thousands of dollars on a commercial kitchen space. In this workshop we’ll learn how to start a cottage food business, and the efforts to expand DC’s cottage food law to make it easier to run a cottage food business. Register Here!