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Jelly Making as a Business

I am about to embark on a jelly making frenzy so as to start a business. Anyone have any advice? Is there a way to make really large batches at a time?



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By Marti (Guest Post)
August 20, 20040 found this helpful

Most states require you to have a certified kitchen to sell home canned foods. Contact your local county extension office to have them come and certify your kitchen.

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August 20, 20040 found this helpful

Here's some information for Washington State, what state are you in?


Home prepared fruit-based jams and jellies may be sold by the producer directly to the public at places like farmers' markets, holiday bazaars, your own premises or business, or on the premises where the product is made.

The following information will guide you through the requirements for preparing, testing and labeling these products for sale to the public.  Our Jam & Jelly Flowsheet will also help you understand the process.


http://www.clal  /fd_homemade.htm

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By karen fry (Guest Post)
April 30, 20050 found this helpful

Thank you, I have been looking for some help with starting a small jelly making business. Just the 2 feed backs I read has helped me with vital information.

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By Stephanie (Guest Post)
July 20, 20050 found this helpful

Does anyone know how I can go about getting my kitchen certified and what the requirements are? I would really appreciate any advice. Also, I have a stationary company if anyone would like a discount on business cards and such. Please email me at slystx @ (remove spaces)

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By sara (Guest Post)
January 22, 20060 found this helpful

i am thinking of starting a jelly making business. I have no idea on where to start from, i need some help.

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By Jenna (Guest Post)
November 11, 20080 found this helpful

We made some concord grape jelly and it didn't set. I think there were maybe about 2 cups too much liquid for the amount of pectin we put in.


Does anyone know whether we can re-heat it and add more pectin? Or do I have to settle with 10 jars of grape syrup? Many thanks!

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