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Pickle Bill

The “Pickle Bill” allows an individual who pickles or cans certain foods at home (or in a community kitchen!) to sell up to $5,000 per year of product at farmers’ markets and social and community events. For more information please view the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Pickle Bill Fact Sheet.

Community Kitchen Facilities in Minneapolis

If you don’t have a kitchen that meets your needs, check this list for a community kitchen you may be able to use. To help Minneapolis residents and business owners work with local foods and be part of a food community, the City of Minneapolis has identified community kitchens where people may:


Last updated Jul 17, 2014



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