Setting up your Food Business at Home

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New Zealand School of Food and Wine Short Course. People go into business for a variety of reasons, some for self-employment while others are motivated by the challenge of being their own boss.

This course looks at how to turn your dreams into reality and understand better, how to work methodically through the requirements. Look at key information regarding the setup of a kitchen in your home. Starting with important information from Auckland Council, or your local council and working through the approval process. Learn about food control plans, farmers markets, night markets, small activations and pop ups.



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Setting up your Food Business at Home


Level 3 104 Customs Street West


09 377 7961

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