Friday, February 1, 2008

Got milk?

Attention all you bakers out there. Soon, bake sales in Arizona may no longer be underground economic activities:

Lawmakers on Monday advanced a bill that deregulates bake sales and allows Arizona residents to "occasionally" bake and sell cookies, cakes and other non-hazardous goodies made in their own kitchens.

Senate Bill 1096 also sets out guidelines that would allow child-care facilities to serve whole fruits and veggies that are washed and cut on site. Also, it would allow pre-packaged foods and drinks to be sold at small-scale operations, such as Little League snack bars.

What? You didn't know that home-baked goodies and hand-cut carrots were officially verboten goods? You scofflaw, you.



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