As part of a growing movement to localize food systems and stimulate small-scale food production, SELC proposed that the State of California allow for the sale of certain homemade food products, namely: baked goods (but with no cream or meat fillings), jams and jellies, granola and other dry cereal, popcorn, waffle cones, nut mixes, chocolate covered non-perishables (such as nuts and dried fruit), roasted coffee, dried herbs, dried tea, dried fruit, honey and candy. You can read more about the bill that was just signed into law here.
Thanks for posting Craig. Followed this bill and went to one hearing at the Capitol to support, as did at least a couple other Sacramento aquaponics folks. Perhaps not directly applicable to aquaponics at this point, but pretty close.
I think this is going to trickle down and expand assuming no one screws it up..... For example allowing more sampling at farmers markets now... Some don't allow it because of the old rule. That could apply to us.