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Nope. You'd need health, safety, hygiene certificates and permissions from the municipality. Also a trade license and you'd have to be a registered company.
 

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But people sell home made chutneys and jams at craft fairs? So how does that work then?
The entity allowing the sales of such things at those events takes responsibility for it.

Selling food online from your home is whole different matter. First off, you're running a commercial business from a residential property - puts you in breach of your tenancy contract.

Also who's guaranteeing the hygiene of food preparation areas etc?

It's a massive no no.
 

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many housewives do sell homemade food to people, lunchbox service style, through word of mouth though not online or open advertising. Wonder if anyone ever got caught and what would be the action taken against them!
 

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many housewives do sell homemade food to people, lunchbox service style, through word of mouth though not online or open advertising. Wonder if anyone ever got caught and what would be the action taken against them!
I just got the most amazing homemade lechon delivered. PM me if any of you want details.
 
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