Required or not, I would advise you carry it. Depending on who you sell through, the venue may require it. Also, there are licensing and certification issues to consider in food prep that would likely be a state regulation. All things to consider.
It sounds like a good business decision to do so. Check with a business attorney about organizing your new business under the appropriate corporate structure and your state's regulatory rules. Good luck in your new business.
Hi, while it's no substitute for insurance, disclaimers or warnings that products may contain nuts, or any other kind of allergy warning may be something you want to consider as part of your business practice.
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