By Julia Watts for CBS SF Bay Area
Excerpt: Christina Oatfield, of the Sustainable Economies Law Center, says she’s all for giving home cooks more opportunities to use their skills.
“There are so many people who have an interest in selling homemade food,” Oatfield said.
But she wants those who do the actual cooking to get a bigger share of the pie, not the third-parties enabling them to sell.
“The future of homemade food and the law around homemade food should be controlled by the people who will be producing food in home kitchens and consumers. Our concern is that Josephine is driving this bill, the details of AB262,” Oatfield said.
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