Michigan Goods Available:
Produce & Plants: garlic, corn, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, melons, garlic, summer strawberries, summer squash, blueberries, raspberries, apples, beans, spinach, kale, broccoli, scallions, cherries, herbs, bok choy & a variety of Asian produce, cauliflower, cabbage, greens, lettuce, radish, potato, chard, onion, turnip, leeks, arugula, cut flowers & more .
Food: granola, honey, dressings, marinades, conventional & grass fed meat, farm eggs, baked goods, frozen falafel mix, blended teas, garlic sauce, artisan cheese & bread, jams, dog treats & more.
Hand Crafted Goods: hand crafted soap, jewelry.
Know your farmer. Know your food!
Each week, look for food safety tips, MDA, USDA & Canton Farmers Market guidelines or a farmers/vendor highlight so you can be aware while shopping at the Market!
- What are Cottage Foods? Cottage Foods are specific types of foods that you make in the unlicensed kitchen of your single family domestic residence. Not all food products can be sold as Cottage Foods. They must be non-potentially hazardous foods that do not require time and/or temperature controls for safety. You must also store your Cottage Food products at your home following safe, good handling guidelines outlined in the Michigan Food Law to prevent adulteration caused by insects, household chemicals, water damage, unsanitary conditions, etc.
- What are the Cottage Food labeling requirements? The basic information that must be on the label is as follows: name/address, name of the food product, ingredients in descending order of predominance by weight, net weight or volume, allergen labeling along with the following statement below:
"Made in a home kitchen that has not been inspected by the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development" in at least the equivalent of 11 point font (about 1/8" tall) and in a color that provides a clear contrast to the background.
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