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Wyoming Food Freedom Act

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Wyoming enacted the nation’s first food freedom law (HB 56) in 2015, exempting homemade foods (produced in a private kitchen) from state food safety requirements. In 2017, the North Dakota legislature enacted its own Food Freedom Act and the Maine legislature enacted legislation allowing local jurisdictions to opt out of state food safety requirements (aka food sovereignty).

The Wyoming Food Freedom Act of 2015 exempted many homemade foods (with the exception of some animal products) from licensing, permitting, certification, packaging or labeling regulations, allowing the product to be sold directly from producers to “informed” consumers.
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