Boston Home Cooks Will Soon Be Able to Make and Sell Food From Their Own Kitchens

The Boston City Council voted on March 31 to allow home cooks to make and sell food out of their own kitchens. The law will go into effect at the end of April, and will cover non-temperature controlled foods that don’t spoil easily — known as “cottage foods” — such as baked goods, dried pasta, granola, jams, jellies, tortillas, and more...