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Selling Value-Added Products on the Farm
If you are a farmer interested in opening a farmstand on your property, please join us to learn about key federal, state and local regulations that impact small food producers who seek to make and sell value-added products from home. We will cover what’s allowed when selling meat, eggs, dairy, cottage foods such as pickles and baked goods, and more, and explore the legal solutions that can help these businesses grow and thrive.

Mar 1, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Christine Dzujna
Paralegal @Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
As legal services specialist at Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF), Christine is gratified to be assisting FTCLDF members with their contract and other legal needs. Christine resides in Stamford, Connecticut, and is a paralegal and certified compliance professional. After working in law firm and corporate settings for years, Christine obtained a master’s degree in food studies at NYU, which has allowed her to employ her legal skills and background in support of efforts to transform the food system and support the U.S. farming industry. Christine sits on the Board of Ethics for the City of Stamford, is secretary of the Culinary Historians of New York City, and provides research and policy support to the food policy team of the United Way of Western Connecticut. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, gardening, long walks with her dog, and traveling with her partner.