A Law for Foodie Entrepreneurs

In 2010, Michigan enacted the Cottage Food Law to assist food-based entrepreneurs with retailing their respective food product to the public despite not being prepared in a commercial kitchen.  

The Detroit News recently wrote an article detailing how the law and the Eastern Market Corporation has assisted with the growth of food entrepreneurs throughout southeast Michigan.  

Click here to read the article.  

Update: Non-Compete's and Jimmy John's

In October 2014, we wrote about Jimmy John's and their controversial non-compete agreements imposed upon their employees.  Well, the New York Attorney General recently found that the non-competes were in fact unlawful and Jimmy John's must cease enforcement of the agreements - in the state of New York.  This outcome makes it likely that the notable "Freaky Fast" empire... 

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