Under the Cottage Food Law in the state of Florida, individuals can sell certain foods they produce in unlicensed home kitchens, if the food has a low risk of foodborne illness, as outlined in Section 500.80 of the Florida… Read More
Category: Health & Nutrition
What is Open Enrollment? The Medicare Open Enrollment Period is an annual period of time (October 15 through December 7) when current Medicare users can choose to re-evaluate part of their Medicare coverage (their Medicare Advantage and/or Part D plan) and compare… Read More
If the water supply is contaminated, or if you are under a Boil Water Advisory, all water to be used for drinking, hand washing, washing fruits and vegetables, dish washing or cooking, must be purified. The most common… Read More
The old Nutrition Facts label is more than 20 years old. In order to make sure consumers have access to more recent and accurate nutrition information about the foods they are eating, it’s time to make changes to… Read More
Are you 45 Years of Age or Older? Are you Overweight? Do you have a Family history of type 2 diabetes? Are you physically active fewer than 3 times per week? Did you have gestational diabetes? If you… Read More
STARTING A BUSINESS FROM YOUR KITCHEN Do you like to bake bread, make pastries, pasta, candy, jams, jellies and preserves? Do you want to earn extra income from creating and selling these products? If you answered yes to… Read More
Are you turning 65 and have questions about how Medicare works. The University of Florida, Nassau County Extension Service will provide unbiased information. Contact Meg McAlpine 904-530-6359.